Dzamara nominated for Tutu fellowship

HARARE - Political activist Patson Dzamara has been nominated as a candidate for the prestigious Archbishop Tutu Leadership Fellowship Programme.

Speaking to the Daily News yesterday, Dzamara said the nomination motivates him to continue working hard to free Zimbabwe from the hands of Zanu PF.

“To be nominated as a candidate for this prestigious opportunity in all of Africa is not a joke. To be recognised among Africa’s highest potential emerging leaders is not only a good thing, it’s prophetic, great things are coming in the future.

“I am humbled, I give praise to God and I thank everyone who contributes towards building my story of grace.”

Dzamara added that the problems in Zimbabwe are caused by lack of leadership skills.

“This nomination has inspired me to continue working hard in order to fulfil my God given purpose — leadership.

“I commit to continue working towards the realisation of a better Zimbabwe. It is possible for us to come face to face with a better Zimbabwe in our lifetime.”

Comments (2)

Congratulations Patson do it for your brother Itai

Ko2 - 10 December 2016

is Tutu that archbishop who is promoting gay marriages .im sorry Dzamara as much as appreciate your contribution of bringing democracy and legitimacy to our new zim that niggar Tutu is not relevant to our cause- he is just to much he lacks the principles of a sensible African-worse a leader , an elder

murambatsvina - 11 December 2016

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