DUTY OF MOZAMBICAN GOVT TO PROTECT FROM ATTACKS, SAYS PRESIDENT

Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi has reiterated that it is the government’s duty to protect the public from the attacks by gunmen of the rebel movement Renamo.

Speaking at a rally Tuesday in Nensa, in Marromeu district, on the second day of a working visit to the central province of Sofala, Nyusi also expressed commitment to do all in his power to bring peace to the country.

“As a government, we shall continue our effort to preserve effective peace in Mozambique,” said Nyusi, in a speech which focused on preserving peace, strengthening national unity, increasing production and productivity, and protecting national resources.

“National unity is tolerance and respect. Our project of national unity is based on fighting against asymmetries, through sharing the riches existing in each of the provinces. Mozambique belongs to all of us, and what we need are opportunities for all and social justice.”

Also on Tuesday, Nyusi visited the neighbouring district of Caia, were he addressed a rally in the Muraca administrative post, and visited the Caia Centre for Research and Transfer of Agricultural Technologies,

On Wednesday, Nyusi will visit Nhamatanda district, and the city of Beira, where he is scheduled to open the Ninth Annual Festival of Culture

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK