Mnangagwa says he’ll still be Zim’s president in 2030 – report

HARARE- Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has reportedly expressed confidence that he would still be Zimbabwe’s country’s president in 2030, adding that his economic vision for the country is not a mistake.

Privately-owned NewsDay newspaper has reported that Mnangagwa told captains of the industry at the Buy Zimbabwe conference in Gweru that under his administration it is working tirelessly in recovery the country’s economy, and said the transform into a cashless economy within the next 15 years.

His quoted as saying, “I chose 2030 and it’s not a magic year, but I believe I will still be there. I would want to command the Buy Zimbabwe team which has continued to work closely with both private and public sectors to drive the buy local message and encourage the purchase of local products and services so that local business can thrive, thereby, stimulating economic growth and creating decent jobs for us to be a middle income country by 2030.”

Mnangagwa had a vision to turn the economy into a cashless economy and urged Zimbabweans to embrace plastic money since this was the global trend.

Mnangagwa is facing off Nelson Chamisa of the MDC, main opposition party in the country and has attempted to get international backing for a free and fair elections expected to take place on the 31 of July by including international observers from the European union.

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