Sunday, 21 October 2018

If We Do Not Receive International Support We Will Be In Crisis – Minister Mutodi

Deputy Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Energy Mutodi has admitted that without the support from international institutions, Zimbabwe is going to be in a crisis. 

Speaking to the Guardian, Mutodi blamed the economic crisis on the legacy of former president Robert Mugabe and said that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration was working on delivering election promises. Said Mutodi,
If We Do Not Receive International Support We Will Be In Crisis – Minister Mutodi
This is an economy that is dealing with the legacy of … Mugabe. We are now in a new dispensation … so there are a number of economic issues we need to correct. There was a shock and now prices are beginning to adjust downwards.

Zimbabwe very much needs to access multilateral funding for its debt and if that doesn’t happen we will be in crisis. Like anywhere the elections can’t be free and fair in the eyes of everybody. Now we really need to deliver on our election promises and the government is doing everything we can to do that.
More: The Guardian




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