Angry “War Vet” Writes Heavy Letter To Mangudya
With effect from Jan 2009, I lost all my Zim dollar accounts. I changed bankers and opened USD accounts. This was in line with the law. Sometime in 2016, you acknowledged that I have a foreign currency account, and also acknowledged that the government had mismanaged the currency flows in the country and thus introduced “bonds”, which you admitted were not a currency, but a form of tender acceptable in lieu of real currency on a 1:1 basis. In your recent monetary policy you maintained this position, and yet directed all banks to seperate FCA accounts from what you are now calling RTGS accounts.
Now I want to know from you John, exactly what currency are these RTGS accounts denominated in? Exactly why are you forcing me to potentially have two accounts with the same bank, one being a specificed FCA and the other being denominated in a namelss and faceless currency with no source of origin and backed by God knows what? I do not what that account. I do not want that God forsaken currency. Keep it to yourself and your ilk.
I want to operate on the basis on the FCA account which I opened in 2009 following the demonetization of the Zim dollar. If you cant sustain that, go back from where ever you came from. I certainly wont miss you.
PS, you dont have my regards. Just RESIGN. Watadza, Wapererwa. Waomerwa. Just be man enough and own up to that truth. I will respect you for it.
Ndini wacho akarwirwa hondo kuti ndikure ndakasununguka.
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