We as Zimbabweans, have talked through our challenges; We have taken time to revisit our past, so that we can better understand our progression, present reality and cultural heritage. This process has helped us to be on the same page and has both unified us and given us the capacity to forge a common path going forward.
We hereby acknowledge that we as a people got our priorities wrong at Independence in 1980. We maintained the culture and spirit of segregation and prioritised total transfer of power and regime change, when we should have fostered a new spirit of Ubuntu or reconciliation and prioritised public service and nationhood.In a sense, our nation took the wrong turn from the onset at Independence, and plunged downhill on a negative or retrogressive trajectory of greed and endemic corruption, deception, poor leadership and bad stewardship; including tribalism, nepotism and fragmentation. These challenges were compounded by the adoption of a western political system which is at a humongous variance with our cultural reality The purpose of these campaign resolutions is to support and facilitate the radical transformation / renewal of this country into a properly founded, structured and progressive nation with a just and compatible socio-economic and political system in the shortest possible timeframe. This reconciliation campaign entails a national dialogue process for a thorough objective review (reconciliation) of our socio-economic and political reality; towards reparation or reconfiguration and radical transformation of our foundational systems to obtain national renewal and sustainable national development.