Mugabe must provide jobs for all

EDITOR — President Robert Mugabe has failed to create jobs for youths in Zimbabwe, but for his son in-law Simbarashe Chikore and his daughter, Bona, he has successfully managed to do that.

Out of 2,2 million jobs promised it seems only two have been created and with only a year left, Mugabe has to create the outstanding 2 199 998 jobs outstanding.

It is reported that Mugabe’s only daughter, Bona, has been appointed to the censorship board so that she can protect the image of the first family from relentless onslaught by media platforms.

Bona has been appointed only a year after the appointment of her husband Simba as the CEO of Air Zimbabwe.

All these appointments by Mugabe show that he doesn’t care for Zimbabweans but only his family.

It is high time Zimbabweans stand up against this nepotism and demand what rightfully belongs to them. Jobs must be provided for all.

Youths have demanded jobs but Mugabe instead sends police who brutally attack and tear-gas law-abiding citizens, who would be exercising their constitutional right.

The president must fulfil his promise of 2,2 million jobs.

From the time of Government of National Unity up to now people have lost jobs and are now into vending, cross-border trading and other informal activities.

F. Chinowaita

Comments (4)

Why continue to flog a dead horse? It will never wake!!

Jonso - 5 June 2017

No a dead horse never wakes up. If he has failed to raise those jobs so many years later do you think the last few months before elections he will perform a miracle? He does not know that you have to work for money, he thinks it just grows when you think about it

smomo - 5 June 2017

Dream on dream On! hehee1

Dream ON! - 21 June 2017

the jobs will come when strongman mugabe moves off to meet up with his maker - and not before

angel - 25 June 2017

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