Elias Tapfumaneyi Mbabvu, leader of a newly-formed political party, Zimbabwe Total Independence says that the buck stops with President Emmerson Mnangagwa when it comes to the economic crisis bedevilling Zimbabwe.
Mbabvu demanded that Mnangagwa resign forthwith as he has failed to turn around the country’s economic fortunes.
While addressing the media in Harare recently, Mbabvu said:
Mnangagwa must step down for change to take place.
All these problems the country is facing, from high an inflation rate, unemployment to shortages of basic commodities, in our view, their causes … are not a result of sanctions, but rather, Zanu PF and their leader Mnangagwa.
Mnangagwa has failed to put the country in order in all aspects, especially in as far as the economy is concerned.
The economy is worsening by the end of each day and it is the ordinary person who is suffering.
The ordinary Zimbabwean men and women are failing to provide food for their families or sending their children to school. Life in Zimbabwe at this point is unbearable.