Museum construction now at 11%


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Blessings Chidakwa Herald Reporter

Construction of the giant African Liberation Museum in Warren Park, Harare is now at 11% and work is progressing well, said the Director General of the African Knowledge Institute, Ambassador Kwame Muzawazi.

Ambassador Muzawazi revealed this during a visit by the Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade led by Chairman Cde Webster Shamu to the Liberation City hosting the museum.

“As you saw during the tour of the Liberation City, we have reached 11% of the construction program, which is well ahead of what we thought we had reached so far.

“We are still on track to open the museum by the end of 2023 and we hope it will be a historic landmark not just for Zimbabwe, SADC, but for the whole African continent,” the official said. Ambassador Muzawazi.

Cde Shamu paid tribute to President Mnangagwa for pushing for the construction of the monument.

“What he came up with here only underscores the fact that Pan-Africanism is invincible.

“Instak did a fantastic job. We saw the construction going on here and gave a picture of what the Museum of African Liberation represents,” he said.


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