FreeZim Congress President and Party Representative Lynette Manzini at a Press Conference in Harare Today

Freezim Congress President Joseph Makamba Busha at a press Conference in Harare said that he hopes Zimbabwe will realise better circumstances as he potentially hopes to turn the tables come 2023.

The Businessman who emerged fourth in the 2018 election emphasised his respect for the current President but argued for the better social good as the 2018 election winner had led to the deplorable state of affairs.

“I have respect for President Emmerson Mnangagwa as the 2018 election incumbent leader but I realise there is a lot of incompetency in his administration. Mthuli Ncube should concede to the fact that he is in the wrong profession and perhaps move to teaching as he is a professor. I believe there are vacancies in our Country’s institutions like NUST, UZ among others.”

The President of FreeZim Congress feels that he could help if the country’s President concedes to his call to have them meet.

“I feel that I could help if the President concedes to my call that he should meet me in a one on one encounter as he is dealing with people who also lack knowledge in POLAD and there is no prospect Zimbabwe can be improved through these meetings. I respect him as a comrade with whom I share common liberation credentials.” Busha said.

The president of the FreeZim Congress party emphasised the need to complete calls for removal of sanctions with practical implimentations that show government’s commitment to serve.

“We remain one of the first party’s to have called for the lifting of ZIDERA as we feel that the sanctions affect governance. We however feel that this needs to be complemented by practical realiasation of Government’s commitment to address the human rights, economic and corruption issues that currently do more harm than sanctions.” The Businessman said.

The Mutoko Born war collaborator, farmer businessman and politician said that there was need for Government and Development partners to concede to our Government’s incompetency and draft improved strategies.

“The economy has collapsed and it is unfortunate that the current Government does not have a clue as to what they should be doing. There is need for partners to realise that the economy is now deplorable and restructure ways that could improve the economic conditions of Zimbabwe.”

In relation to the new currency, one of the country’s biggest donors to the country’s athletics through his social corporate responsibility flagship JMBUSHA 54 Races said this only showed desperation.

“The introduction of the new currency or the new notes only shows desperation, there is need for Government to realise that the problems are deep rooted yet they continue to bring in irrelevant solutions. We can only find money on the streets when the banks are available and these cash adjustments will only bring minor changes. This has only exposed their incompetence.” The FreeZim Congress President said.

Health delivery was argued to be causing most headaches as the situation was becoming deplorable and exposing us to potential outbreaks and epidemics.

“We deserve a better government. The fact that the Government fails to deliver efficient health structures implies to their incapability’s. The fact that they fail to pay enough money for doctors Salaries is a clear sign of the deteriorating conditions.” The FreeZim Congress President said.

The businessman also called for the imminent need of a new industry and industrial strategy as the current structures were outdated and had fell victim to the ‘lost decades’.
“Mnangagwa adopted incompetency from Mugabe and him taking over has only implied that incompetent governance continues. The Industry through years has deterioarated. There is need for a new industry that is completed with a competent Industrial strategy.” Busha also said

The Businessman, Farmer Philanthropist emphasised the need for government’s acknowledgement of their incompetency and strategies towards a better Zimbabwe which he was willing to deliver if elected by 2023.

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