ZANU PF Central Committee member and President Mnangagwa’s chief fundraiser, Dr Philip Chiyangwa, said initiatives to empower people with income-generating projects should be a springboard for personal development and successful wealth creation.
Speaking to Zanu PF leaders from Zvimba South Constituency in Zvimba over the weekend, Dr Chiyangwa said that by running various community income projects, people should learn how to lead a successful personal work life. .
“Besides the goal of financially empowering your communities through these projects that I bring to you, I would like to see how you as individuals handle a business opportunity as it is an opportunity to choose successful business acumen that you can easily develop and use for personal businesses,” he said
Chiyangwa, who is also the Zanu PF Zvimba South Constituency legislator, was following up on the $11 million he had donated for revenue-generating projects in the constituency.
Chiyangwa said successful businessmen should constantly learn to improve themselves in areas of wealth creation.
“You have to learn to strategize on exactly what you want and carefully analyze the path you’ve chosen. When you take an idea, you have to turn it into action and along the way, if you find it’s not working don’t, feel free to abandon this path and redefine your strategy. I’ve personally bailed out many people, including MPs who wanted to keep something that didn’t work, so you have to constantly study your ground,” a- he advised.
Chiyangwa said he was impressed with how various communities are carrying out successful projects through his previous donation of $1 million to each party district and further pledged to double the allocation to enable more projects. to be undertaken.
“I am giving $2 million to each district so that more people are empowered and you will appreciate that when President Mnangagwa says the country is built by its own people, he means it is you who must participate in such initiatives that empower you,” he said
During the meeting, Chiyangwa also donated porcelain plates and cups to Zanu PF supporters who had gathered for an interactive rally at Sabina Mugabe Memorial High School.