Chiwenga Accuses Social Media Abusers Of Causing Panic Buying Of Fuel, Basic Commodities

Acting President Constantino Chiwenga yesterday accused social media abusers of causing panic buying of fuel and other basic commodities.

Chiwenga said this whilst officiating at the launch of the second phase of the centre pivot irrigation facility under the special maize programme at Farnley Farm in Chegutu yesterday. He urged Zimbabweans not to panic buy. Said Chiwenga:

We are currently facing problems with fuel and some are now hoarding the commodity. There are some who are now abusing social media to exacerbate the situation, resulting in people rushing to stock the commodity. We should avoid that because there is no journey that does not have obstacles. It is not right to cause unnecessary panic and we urge Zimbabweans not to panic. We expect that fuel be used in productive sectors. As Government, we are looking at ways to alleviate the problem so that it is solved in the shortest time possible, but we should use our resources responsibly.

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