ZITF official opening moved to Saturday

by Editorial Team
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The official opening of the ongoing Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF), which was scheduled to be done by the President of Kenya, Dr William Ruto has been deferred to Saturday. The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Company Chairman, Busisa Moyo, announced this in a statement today.

“The ZITF Company wishes to inform the public that, due to unforeseen circumstances, the ZITF 2024 official opening ceremony has been moved from the previously advertised date and time to Saturday 27 April 2024 beginning promptly at 1000 hours. Guests are to be seated in the Main Arena at 0930 hours,” Moyo said.

Moyo confirmed that Ruto would still be the guest of honour who would officially open the event on Saturday. Normally the exhibition is formally opened by a visiting foreign leader in the company of President Emmerson Mnangagwa. The occasion is usually preceded by a tour of exhibition stands by the two leaders. This time around President Mnangagwa will tour the stands on his own tomorrow pending the official opening of the show on Saturday.

“On Friday 26 April, President Mnangagwa will visit the show, at which time he will do a tour of stands. The Chairman’s Luncheon will follow thereafter, as per invitation,” the ZITF Company Chair informed.

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