Let's unite to rebuild Zim

EDITOR — As a nation, we need to come up with policies which will create room for trust from our citizens and international community.

Mutual trust is the firmest building block in rebuilding the broken walls of Zimbabwe. Without it, the whole structure comes down.

Trustworthiness is a highly-esteemed commodity. When one has it he may be considered valuable. If you have the spirit of trust, it attracts helpers.

Zimbabwe is filled with potential builders of the economy but what gap can you fill? Look for a problem in your society and as soon as you do, try finding a solution. Where there is a demand, try to supply? We can not build the walls of the country as individuals.

Let’s be united  —the government, technocrats, our local and international students, industrialists, civic groups, politicians, the elderly and the youth. Let’s rise up and build the broken walls of our country.

During the rebuilding of Jerusalem, Nehemiah gathered elders, scholars and historians on the way forward. In rebuilding the nation’s walls, you will encounter resistance from enemies of your vision. Nehemiah faced bitter opposition from some local residents and officials.

When he and his fellow workers were threatened with fear, intimidation, physical attack, his steadfast and beliefs in their God-given purpose inspired them to hold firmly to the vision and refuse to give way until the task was completed.

As the re-builder of the nation don’t ever get comfortable, push to innovate and solve a problem, but always start small.

Remain humble with everyone as humility takes you far. Rediscover your purpose and will help you birth your destiny which becomes one of the bricks in rebuilding the broken walls of our economy.

Don’t give up on rebuilding the broken walls of Zimbabwe. The solution is in our hands.

Let’s value each other, work on developing our nation. What do you gain in killing each other’s destiny while other nations use us as a stepping ladder to develop their economy?


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