Attack on the currency set to fail dismally

Story by Jerold Sasa

THE recent attack on the Zimbabwean currency has been described as part of a regime change agenda by the country’s detractors which is set to fail dismally as the country heads to the August 23 general elections.

The recent depreciation of the Zimbabwean dollar against the United States dollar in recent months has caught the attention of the ZANU PF leadership in Chikomba district, who have described it as a futile attempt to force the people of Zimbabwe to vote against the ruling party in the general elections set for next month.

ZANU PF Chikomba District Coordinating Committee chairperson, Cde Venon Murinani, who was addressing a campaign rally at Masasa Business Centre, said the plot is, however, set to fail dismally as the people are aware of the machinations.

“I know we have some people who have been working to ensure our currency is not stable but we want to tell them that they will not win,” said Cde Muringani.

ZANU PF Chikomba East candidate Cde Felix Mhona implored registered voters in the constituency to turn out in their numbers on voting day to ensure a resounding victory for the ruling party.

“If you are registered but do not go to vote it means nothing as voting on the day is the most important thing,” he said.

Cde Mhona will battle it out against Muvirimi Mutambudzi, an independent candidate, and Chinembiri Muchengeti of the CCC.

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