CHARISMATIC prophet, socialite and businessman, Passion Java has appointed Dubai based businessman, Tempter Paul Tungwarara as the president of his newly formed Zimbabwe Youth Presidential Support Organisation (ZYPSO) whose objective is to empower young people in the country.
Tungwarara who has a track record of uplifting youth-led businesses and leading successful projects in Zimbabwe and abroad said it was an honour to be president of an organisation whose objective involved youth in the country’s economic growth.
“Our vision is to support President Mnangagwa’s vision and create avenues for partnerships and collaborations among the youths as they work with the government to push towards the achievement of Vision 2030,” he said.
This comes as President Emmerson Mnangagwa and government have called for the empowerment of the youth, saying they form the backbone of the country’s economic growth going forward and hence should be empowered and supported.
Tungwarara said he was grateful to have the support of the presidium and the government who have shown commitment to ensure that the people-centred values of the revolution are carried forward unto posterity.
Java said the organisation among other things aims to address the lacking economic prospects by youths in economic development by empowering them to access decent employment opportunities, start businesses and support government projects in all major sectors of the economy.
“It this organisation will among many progressive activities engage in projects to create jobs and develop communities, as well as to enter into strategic partnerships that drive the growth of youth enterprises,” said Java.
This organisation will target all youths in Zimbabwe in economic development and governance by also creating a forum for constructive and fact-based discussions on economic, social and developmental issues, including linking the public, private sector and the international community.
This organisation is coming alive at a time macroeconomic indicators are revealing an improvement in growth and inflation developments between 2020 and 2021. The economy is poised to record a 7,8 percent growth against a backdrop of positive developments in the agriculture, mining and manufacturing sectors as well as a significant decline in annual inflation. – nyasatimes.com