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RE­SPONSE to “IMF of­fers to help Zim­babwe clear arrears.” I think ED is as sin­cere as his Fi­nance Min­is­ter. This will make Zim­babwe tick again. Let’s join hands in mak­ing this great coun­try work. —

RE­SPONSE to “Shun party pol­i­tics, coun­cils urged.” Con­fused mis­guided leg­is­la­tors, why did they agree to be sworn in if they didn’t want to do Govern­ment du­ties. Five years will come to pass mak­ing noise. I fail to un­der­stand why they were voted for. —

RE­SPONSE to “IMF of­fers to help Zim clear arrears.” Good news for Zim­babwe. Thank you ED for ush­er­ing in a fresh era to Zim­babwe. May God pro­tect you and grant you more wis­dom. ED you are God sent to unite Zim­bab­weans de­spite po­lit­i­cal dif­fer­ences as wit­nessed by your ex­tend­ing of the olive branch to MDC Al­liance leader Adv Chamisa. Keep re-en­gag­ing the in­ter­na­tional com­mu­nity for Zim­babwe’s sake. You are vi­sion­ary and we know you can take Zim­babwe to its right­ful po­si­tion in SADC, Africa and the world. —

HONOURABLE Min­is­ter Mthuli Ncube, we pray God will give you the wis­dom, bold­ness and strate­gies to re­build our econ­omy and na­tion. God’s rich­est bless­ing as you for­mu­late and im­ple­ment the blue­print as we march on to­wards be­com­ing a mid­dle in­come and then a first world na­tion. God bless Hon Min­is­ter M Ncube. God bless Pres­i­dent Mnan­gagwa. God bless Zim­babwe. —

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