Give Us Time To “Fix Sick Economy”- Mthuli Ncube Pleads AGAIN
Under pressure Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube has pleaded with Zimbabweans to be patient and to trust him as he works on fixing the country’s economy.
The Zimbabwean economy has been in turmoil in the past few weeks resulting in the shortage of basic goods and soaring rates of foreign currency on the black market. However, Ncube has said he has a plan to fix the economy and called on Zimbabweans to trust him.
In an interview with NewsDay, Ncube said:”I would say, look, our economy is sick; it was sick before and you know it yourself. What we are doing now, we are like doctors, we are providing medication and solutions to deal with these problematic areas, and I have tried to outline them, but I know this is all high language to most people.
Things will get better. We have a good plan… I firmly believe that the Transitional Stabilisation Programme economic package is the way out of this because it clearly identifies the grey areas economically and also legislatively, but critically, we have a solution to each of these.
The main issue now I think is about communicating clearly that this is a marathon, not a sprint and calling
I know at times it’s asking for too much by asking people to be patient and they’ll say for how long? But that’s how long it will take for the damage that has been done since 2000. It’s difficult trying to fix things quickly and it will take time,” said Ncube.
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