Connie Ferguson, the late Shona Ferguson's widow, arrived at Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport in Harare, Zimbabwe, at approximately 1:35 p.m. on Tuesday, March 26. She has arrived in Zimbabwe to take part in three public events scheduled in the country's capital, Harare, during the next few days.
For the visit of Connie Ferguson to Zimbabwe, the Nedbank Zimbabwe team was in charge of planning the arrangements. In a statement, Mary Anne Kwidiwi, the public relations and communications manager, who also happens to be the senior manager marketing, stated that all was in order for Connie Ferguson's scheduled visit.
Connie Ferguson is a well-liked and respected woman in Zimbabwe, and she has a lot to offer. The general public is looking forward to a fruitful exercise in empowerment as well as the establishment of viable networks for all parties involved in the process.
Those living in Zimbabwe, on the other hand, are experiencing conflicted emotions. Even after all this time, some individuals are still upset over the way in which South Africans murdered Elvis Nyathi. Connie Ferguson, according to one Zimbabwean social media follower, should be 'Dudulaed' because Elvis Nyathi was killed as a result of Operation Dudula in the country, which is now underway.
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