Kembo Mohadi has launched the Zimbabwe Prison and Correctional Services (ZPCS) motor cycle assembly project at Harare Central Prison.
Speaking during the launch on Friday, Mohadi said nothing can stop people from joining hands to develop the economy for the common good.
The project is a joint venture initiative between Pamberi/Qhubekani Investments — a wholly ZPCS company and Gellos Motorcycles.
He said the motorbikes being assembled through the project would serve as an alternative mode of transport to meet both individual and organisational micro-transportation needs.
“There is nothing that can hinder us from joining forces in reviving our economy for the common good of the nation,” said VP Mohadi.
Mohadi said the project spoke to President Mnangagwa’s mantra that “Zimbabwe is open for business” in furtherance of the attainment of Vision 2030 of an upper middle income economy.