Hon. Paul Madzore In Nottingham.
Hon Paul Madzore was in Nottingham courtesy of an invitation from the Nottingham Zimbabwean Community Network. Hon Madzore addressed a sizeable crowd of Zimbabweans and other nationalities who had gathered at the Nottingham’s Refugee Forum for a braai.
Mr Madzore earlier on met up with Mr Will Wakefield the YMCA CEO. Mr Will Wakefield once lived in then Rhodesia.He has projects earmarked for Zimbabwe and would be working closely with the NZCN which has its offices at the YMCA International Community Centre on Mansfield Road. The NZCN is already working with the Nottingham City Council through the twinning project which was started in 1981 by then Nottingham City Council’s CEO Mr Michael Hammond.
In his address Hon Madzore reiterated the call for Zimbabweans to focus their minds on the developments taking place back in Zimbabwe.He emphasised that the government of National Unity was working hard to better the lives of the people in Zimbabwe although it is difficult but changes are taking place and urged the international Community to assist the government in ways that will help build a stronger stable Zimbabwe.
Hon Madzore also gave his heartfelt thanks to all the staff at the Refugee Forum who had provided shelter to Zimbabwean citizens facing difficult times in Nottingham.
The Glen View Hon MP was accompanied by Albert Weidemann of the famous Zimbabwe Debate project.
The former Malawian MP and top artist Lucius Banda was also present and is currently on tour and has performed at the famous Splendour Festival attended by more than 15000 revelers.
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