President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said urged Zimbabweans to work towards reviving the country’s economy.
Speaking at the ZANU PF Central Committee meeting held at the party’s headquarters this Wednesday, Mnangagwa said that austerity measures are over as the economic fundamentals to grow the economy are now in place. He added:
Let us put our country on the rail to recovery. Forward ever and backward never. I will give a detailed presentation in Goromonzi tomorrow.
He speaks ahead of the governing party’s Annual People’s Conference which is scheduled to run from this Thursday to Sunday.
His remarks come when the country’s economy is at its lowest since the 2008 record high hyperinflation which saw the Zimbabwe dollar ditched for the multi-currency system.
Mnangagwa and ZANU PF secretary for administration, Obert Mpofu have hinted that the Goromonzi conference will focus on bread and butter issues but analysts say the event is “another” waste of resources since no solution to the socio-economic and political crises in the country will ever come out of it.
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