Chin`ono, Jonathan Moyo in damb squib

by | Aug 4, 2021 | Politics | 0 comments

Brian Rungano Temba

Political activist Hopewell Chin’ono has once again hit a brick wall in his endeavours to please his handlers at the expense of the country.

Yesterday an attempt to have the self-exiled Prof Jonathan Moyo spill some ‘explosive’ details on how the Government operates, ended in in disappointment as the he kept deflecting and avoiding the questions.

Instead, Prof Moyo went on to predict that MDC-Alliance would lose in 2023 chiefly because of their failure to have a plan of action.

In attendance was the United States of America Embassy in Zimbabwe via their Official twitter account and their local Spokesperson Sizani Weza.

Chin’ono has been relentless on trying to find ways to fling dirt on the Second Republic.

However, the results on the ground have left him with eggs on his face.

The health sector has seen multiple infrastructural development as local authorities have built clinics in remote places of rural Zimbabwe with devolution funds for the convenience of those who live there.

Bilateral relations with Cuba retained by Zimbabwe under the leadership of President Emmerson Mnangagwa have seen the continuation of exchange student programmes in the medical department. Also adding the much-needed expertise in the health sector.

Treasury continues to purchase COVID-19 vaccines and maintains a continuous supply to match the new vaccination enthusiasm.

Ministry of Health and Child Care is expecting 2 500 000 doses of vaccine through direct purchase in August 2021, while a further 3 500 000 doses will be received during the month of September 2021 under the COVAX facility.

Detractors have yet to pick up some reasonable arguments on the National Vaccination Program as Victoria Falls recently reached herd immunity.

The second republic is yet to fail, regardless of foreign funded agendas peddled by sellouts online.