Zanu PF national secretary for finance and politburo member Patrick Chinamasa
has said that his party knows that the masses are suffering but announced that
they are working on a raft of measures to make sure that they rescue people
from the economic hardships.
Chinamasa said he
understands why some people are beginning to get frustrated with the current
economic situation but called on calm while President Emmerson Mnangagwa led
administration delivers the change the country needs.
Indigenization Breakfast meeting at Holiday Inn last week, Chinamasa said when
the ‘new dispensation’ was ushered in, there were high expectations across the
political divide for immediate change.
“We know people
are suffering but joy is on the horizon. Very soon we will be looking back with
a sigh of relief that we have done it.
“The country was
in a mess when the new dispensation took and we understand that people had
their own expectations as to what should happen in the country. We all want a
better country for everyone but that does not come over night.
“We won’t work
miracles to turn around the economy but we will take those baby steps until we
get there,” said Chinamasa.
on the Zimbabwean people to give President Mnangagwa some time to impelement
his vision which will bring in a better country for everyone.
“The President has
a vision and we must all support it. Negativism will only affect us together so
let us put our hands together and work for our country.
“This is the only
country we have so we must guard and protect it jealously. Vision2030 is a
reality and we must all embrace and support it,” said Chinamasa.
Chinamasa said people’s contributions are welcome to make sure that they come
up with a law that serves their interests.
"Our President is a listening man that is why we
want to listen to people's contributions so that we can review our policy on
indigenization and economic empowerment," said Chinamasa.