Mnangagwa Should Control Finance Ministry, Mthuli Ncube Is Playing With This Country – Temba Mliswa

Independent legislator for Norton Temba Mliswa has called on President Emmerson Mnangagwa to take charge of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development until things stabilise. Mliswa said that current minister, Mthuli Ncube was playing with people’s lives due to his inconsistencies. Mliswa also echoed former Finance Minister Tendai Biti’s sentiments that Mthuli Ncube’s predecessor Patrick Chinamasa seems to be a better choice.

There have been shortages of basic goods and prices of the commodities have been rising while foreign currency exchange rates have been spiralling ever since Mthuli Ncube and Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mandgudya made policy announcements when presenting the fiscal policies and the mid-term monetary policy.

Writing on Twitter, Mliswa said

It’s about time President Emmerson Mnangagwa puts (the) Ministry of Finance under his ambit until things stabilise, he’s capable. Mthuli Ncube has displayed too many policy inconsistencies and must stop playing with the country. If this is what Mthuli Ncube is about then Patrick Chinamasa was better!

https://twitter.com/TembaMliswa/status/1053920736757379072

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3 comments on “Mnangagwa Should Control Finance Ministry, Mthuli Ncube Is Playing With This Country – Temba Mliswa

  1. My view is that there is nothing wrong with thrust towards stabilization of Zimbabwe ‘s dilapidated economy the really problem is with us Zimbabweans. We are prone to resistance to change we want things as they have always been.Firstly the President inherited a shattered economy destroyed over 37 years. He took office less than three months ago and the so called wise people want changes yesterday !! People lets be serious.Secondly his Minister of Finance assumed office less than 40 days ago and there are loud vibes that he has failed.Who amongst these scoffers and writers would have done better than the two officials in such a short period of time? The real urgent problem which needs prompt tackling is illicit financial dealings.Here is my suggestion: In order to kill once and for all the illegal forex dealings,the government should tell the public to report any locations where dealers operate from for a consideration of 10% of the value recovered .These locations can be houses, bars cars etc.Finally let us give our President and his Finance Minister time to implement their well thought turnaround strategies.

  2. Statesmanship culture is needed and inclusivity in circumstances of guaranteed peace and security. Focus on industrialization to ensure Zimbabwe consolidates an economy of scale, but alone this will remain a pipe dream. There are so many willing stakeholders yet some abrasive quality holds fort in the current administration, non inclusivity and deeply seated inalterable power model

  3. Zimboz are used to the chaotic state of affairs which allows illicit dealings an environment which the majority thrive.any return to normalcy scares them.even when the economy stabilises and jobs become available very few will take them up as we have become used to dealing and can’t buckle down to hard work.we as the populace also need to change our mindset and be honest in our dealings.

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