By Mkhululi Ncube
President Emmerson Mnangagwa is set to meet traditional leaders in Gweru on Saturday as part of a programme to get the views of different communities and interest groups, while also briefing them on his administration’s vision and expectations.
This will be President Mnangagwa’s first meeting with traditional leaders since taking over power last November.
The Deputy president of the Chief's Council, Senator Chief Ngungu-Mbane said they have been holding preparatory meetings in Gweru.
Chiefs in the Midlands Province said they are excited about the forthcoming meeting.
Chief Gwasela of Zhombe said he is optimistic that President Mnangagwa will address some of the challenges they are facing.
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