Bond notes wel­come at­tempt to solve cash crisis

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

EDI­TOR — In­deed, the ma­jor­ity sup­port and em­brace the bond notes as a nec­es­sary mea­sure to mit­i­gate our eco­nomic prob­lems de­riv­ing from sa­tanic eco­nomic sanc­tions im­posed on our coun­try by the Bri­tish and their West­ern al­lies.

Op­po­si­tion po­lit­i­cal par­ties who sup­port sanc­tions are com­ing out clearly op­pos­ing any mea­sures that can as­sist the pub­lic.

Con­tin­ued ref­er­ence to the ugly his­tory of hy­per­in­fla­tion to en­cour­age a boy­cott of bond notes is mis­guided.

We all learn from his­tory, but we will not in­sist on walk­ing from Harare to Cape Town just be­cause one plane came down the other year.

A hu­man so­ci­ety is given to so­cio-eco­nomic ups and downs but we don`t stop liv­ing and call for a “po­lit­i­cal Je­sus Christ” to come and take over the run­ning of our econ­omy pre­ma­turely!

Mr Edi­tor, in one of my post­ings, I gave an ex­am­ple bor­der­ing on blas­phemy, that God ac­ci­den­tally cre­ated ugly Lu­cifer, who re­mains a sin­ful tool in this world.

But we still wor­ship God to­day while wait­ing for the com­ing back of Je­sus Christ.

My point is that if God could ‘‘make a mis­take’’, what of hu­man gov­ern­ments?

Truth is the peo­ple were sick and tired of wait­ing for their money and hav­ing dif­fi­cul­ties in ac­cess­ing it. This is some­thing that the in­tro­duc­tion of bond notes is seek­ing to al­le­vi­ate, this is why the pub­lic is be­hind this in­ter­ven­tion. Cde Muzvina­vanhu, Via email

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