Zimbabweans have been urged to remain vigilant and patriotic in the face of current economic challenges that are being caused by some economic saboteurs.
Addressing the people of Beitbridge recently, ZANU PF’s second secretary, Cde Kembo Mohadi said that the economic war was not easily won and urged Zimbabweans to be partners in nation building.
“To tell the truth, it’s not easy. The economic war is not easily won. You have to be resilient and put your heads together. That is why we are coming to the people to explain on whatever difficulties they are having,” said Cde Mohadi.
Cde Mohadi applauded the people of Beitbridge for their resilience and keen interest in partaking in building the nation.
“From the on-going engagements we have with people, I have noted the commendable enthusiasm and keenness to commit to national affairs. This is the basis for our growth,” said Cde Mohadi.
Cde Mohali’s statement follows a warning by President Mnangagwa to all economic saboteurs during his address at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF).
Recently, the President warned that industries should not purport to support the Government during the day and turn into economic saboteurs by the night through unjustified practices that negatively affect the people.
Some companies in the financial sector who were illegally manipulating the local currency were forced to shut down as a way of protecting the people from these unscrupulous financial dealers.
Lately, there has been a spate of unjustified price increases and the Government has drafted a battery of measurers to bring economic stability and deal once and for all with economic saboteurs.