ZNLWVA Congratulates Hon. Senator C. Mutsvangwa as Minister of Veterans of the Liberation Struggle Affairs

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ZNLWVA Congratulates Hon. Senator C. Mutsvangwa as Minister of Veterans of the Liberation Struggle Affairs

Nevanji Munyaradzi Chiondegwa

 

The Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) has congratulated its former Chairman Cde. Christopher Hatikuri Mutsvangwa on his appointment as the Minister of Veterans of the Liberation Struggle Affairs underscored the cordial and symbiotic relationship between the ZNLWVA and the Ministry.

In their congratulatory message read by the Interim Chairperson of the ZNLWVA, Cde. Andrease Ethan Mathibela extended their congratulations saying they wish to emphasize several key points that underscore the cordial and symbiotic relationship between the ZNLWVA and the ministry and their expectations for the future.

“First and foremost, the ZNLWVA reaffirms its commitment to maintaining a cordial and symbiotic relationship with the Ministry of Veterans of the Liberation Struggle Affairs. We firmly believe that this collaboration is essential in addressing the needs and concerns of war veterans, ensuring their overall well-being, and honouring their significant contributions to the nation,” said Cde Mathibela

Cde Mathibela said that the ZNLWVA was waiting for the effective implementation of the Veterans of the Liberation Struggle Act (Chapter 17:12) which serves as a comprehensive framework for providing support and benefits to war veterans. He said ZNLWVA eagerly await Cde. Mutsvangwa to ensure the successful implementation of this act, which will greatly improve the lives of the veterans of the struggle.

As the custodians of the liberation ethos, the ZNLWVA remains resolute in upholding the values and principles for which they bravely fought for. Through Cde. Mathibela, the ZNLWVA pledged their unwavering commitment to working hand in hand with the ministry to honour the sacrifices made by their comrades and to preserve the noble legacy of the liberation struggle.

Cde Mathibela said, “While collaboration is essential, we emphasize that the ZNLWVA maintains its independence and autonomy in the exercise of its functions. We greatly value our unique role as an association representing the interests of war veterans and will continue to provide a distinct perspective on matters pertaining to their welfare and well-being.”

He further said that ZNLWVA had confidence in Min. Mutsvangwa’s ability to foster their expectations for meaningful interaction with various ministries responsible for the welfare and economic empowerment of war veterans. He said they had no doubt in his ability to facilitate these vital connections and ensure that the concerns and needs of war veterans are effectively communicated and addressed across relevant sectors.

He finished by saying, “The appointment of Hon. Senator C. Mutsvangwa as Minister of Veterans of the Liberation Struggle Affairs marks a significant milestone in our collective efforts to support and uplift war veterans in Zimbabwe. The ZNLWVA eagerly anticipates a fruitful collaboration with the ministry under Hon. Senator C. Mutsvangwa’s esteemed leadership.”