African Leaders Must Learn Lessons From Mugabe’s Predicament-Shimunza

STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE

 

15-11-2017

 

We as Movement for National Transformation, MNT, stand with the people of Zimbabwe in their struggle to stabilize the democratic constitutional transition of power. Our prayer is that peace, stability, and the security of Zimbabwe will be the focus of all stake holders including the Military.

President Robert Mugabe

African leaders must learn from this that smooth transition of power is part of testimony of leadership success and legacy. Prolonged stay in power against constitutional provisions is an affront to mature constitutional democratic rights and tenets.

 

The spirit of democracy must thrive in Africa with new transformative leadership that will take Africa to first world status as a continent. These leaders will champion a new culture of, transformative, mature democracy, and power transition from one administration to another.

 

We as Movement for National Transformation, MNT, we stand resolved to stand with all our neighboring countries to safeguard the rule of law, democracy, and human rights. We are determined to promote peace and security for our region and continent in our foreign policy. We shall seek to transition power smoothly with maturity once we form government.

 

We as MNT contend strongly that 53 years after independence we cannot remain a third world developing, or middle income nation. We must become a first world nation in 2021 and beyond. We remain committed to regional and Continental peace,stability,  and security as we pray for Zimbabwe.

 

Issued by :

 

Daniel Mvula Shimunza Founding President

Movement for National Transformation, MNT.

First world Zambia ideology.

2 Responses to "African Leaders Must Learn Lessons From Mugabe’s Predicament-Shimunza"

  1. Fault Finder   November 15, 2017 at 5:50 pm

    There is nothing to learn from Zimbabwe. It’s not the first time a coup d’etat is happening in Africa. These things have been happening since time immemorial. Were you born yesterday?

  2. Mutale One   November 16, 2017 at 8:52 am

    chakolwa chagwa kadansa lungu is next….lol