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All hands on the deck

11 Nov 2018 at 09:19hrs | Views
Any diligent and committed worker 'goes out of his way' to deliver or bring the best out of his/her performance, sometimes 'burning the candle through witching hours'. It is very unfortunate if one thinks has done a lot for the people and that they must be 'grateful'.

No one is indispensable and there is always someone out there who could have done better. If what the respected overseer of banks is alleged to have insinuated in his contribution at the pre-budget indaba in Byo has an iota of truth, then it sounds the masses are indebted and cannot ask.

What must the laity be grateful about when there is no cash? The national focus should be on bringing the economy back on track, not a braggadocios attitude when medicines are selling for an arm and a leg.

The now crestfallen old Gushungo once said no one could have managed the economy better than himself, really?

His Excellency E.D. is calling for all hands on the deck so the country can move forward and be great again. Its no time for grandstanding but to have knuckles on the ground with everyone playing his bit. Mr Governor, even the surrogate currency is in short supply. Maybe indeed 'you meant what you said', grateful.

Gabarinocheka Mupuyo. Harare.

Source - Gabarinocheka Mupuyo
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