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President Uhuru Kenyatta To Officially Open ZITF

President Uhuru Kenyatta To Officially Open ZITF

Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to officially open the 2022 Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) to be held in Bulawayo next month.

ZITF board chairman Busisa Moyo said President Kenyatta accepted the invitation from ZITF patron President Emmerson Mnangagwa to officially open the event. Said Moyo:

The ZITF Company board is pleased to announce that His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta, the President of the Republic of Kenya has graciously accepted the invitation from our patron HE President Mnangagwa to officiate at the official opening ceremony of the 62nd edition of the ZITF taking place on Friday 29 April 2022.

The 62nd edition of the ZITF will be held from April 26 to 30 under the theme, “Rethink, Reimagine, Reinvent Value Chains for Economic Development.”

President Kenyatta last visited Zimbabwe for the official funeral ceremony for Zimbabwe’s founding president Robert Mugabe that was held at the National Sports Stadium in Harare in September 2019.

More: The Herald

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19 Comments

ED Mnangagwa 3 months ago

DON'T VOTE FOR NEXT YEAR BECAUSE NDADYA NDAGUTA CHIPAI CHAMISA ALL YOUR VOTES... GOD BLESS ZIMBABWE


Mdhara Sibanda 3 months ago

Resisting an act of madness is the maddest way of being mad! ZANU PF must go simple


Makelanwi 3 months ago

I do not think ZITF is relevant in our current economy set up,were most of the businesses are operating informally.ZITF was Smith initiative,and it did work.In this New Dispensation,ZITF is waste of resources.


🤨🤨 3 months ago

Zvimwe azvidi kungoshora ka iwewe ita ka zvinoita kuti economy yacho iite sate up

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Hulk Hogan 3 months ago

If you understand Zimbabwe's political history,then you'll understand that RG Mugabe was a political crook and a misfit.


Gidza 3 months ago

Whats there to exhibit at the ZITF besides the big chefs' convoy of top of the range cars then vopanana ma gifts. Hokoyo ne Covid.


MuGrade 2 3 months ago

Mugabe was never an founding president of Zimbabwe...if you know you know


Vybz Kartel 3 months ago

Welcome president Kenyatta


Zvimbazi 3 months ago

2023 we are going to cast away the Evil Demon by the name EMMERSON D MNANGAGWA.

VOTE CHAMISA KUTI TIDYE TICHIGUTA .🥑🍞🍌🍊🍓

Just imagine : Full chicken wakapedzisira kudya pa Christmas.

Ndatenda
Zvimbazi

Chieftain Chitero 3 months ago

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyata Urges Kenyans To Vote For Opposition Presidential Candidate Raila Odinga


As long as tribalism continues to exist zanu will continue to rule 3 months ago

Tribalism has always been Zanu pf's secret weapon,it has been their useful weapon in their divide and conquer strategy ,they used tribalism in the 1980 until the early 1990s ,during that time the main opposition was Zapu which had a strong ndebele support base but was received and supported all over the country including mashonaland Joshua Nkomo was loved by both ndebeles and shonas and came to be known as father zimbabwe he also had a shona nickname ,Realising that his rule was at risk Mugabe fabricated lies about nkomo keeping weapons and said nkomo was planning a rebellion ,He used that propaganda and sent a north korea trained army to unleash terror in matebelaland claiming 20 000 lives ,Even Putin's invasion of Ukraine is no match for what mugabe did and shonas believed his propaganda and supported him ....by gukurahundi he virtually ended the opposition in zimbabwe and solidified his rule until 1999 when the mdc was born

fast forward to 2022 Zanu pf still realises the power of tribalism that is why they send individuals to pindula to peddle tribalism and distract us from discussing the real issues affecting us.we now spend all our time insulting each other and promoting tribalism instead of dicussing fuel prices,politically violence ,corruption
.lets stop entertaining these state sponsered individuals...Tribalism is zanu pf
if you are tribalist you are a Zanu pf supporter


Vybz Kartel 3 months ago

Pa****


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