The following are  comments that appeared  on a story titled “ED trips: Cross triggers a storm”

The government and presidency owes citizenry an explanation, no one will make such a huge donation. Transparency requires that the government explains why UAE made such a colossal “donation”.
 — Widzo.

Tanzania president Magufuli flies economy, why should it be an insult for ED to do likewise? Tanzania’s economy is better than Zimbabwe’s. It’s a pity I bleed for my country.
— Mordillo

While I recognise the need for international travel, I do not see the need to squander our minimal resources on decadent luxury. Why not book the entire first class section of any commercial airline for these trips? This would be a fraction of the current method. 
— David. 

The MDC reactionaries wanted ED to use a kombi to cross the Gulf may be. And they want to compare a state president to a nonentity leader of an opposition party. ED Pfee mwanangu.
 — Willo.

The Zimbabwe circus rolls on and on with entertainment everyday for all to see and laugh about — hey it’s always April fools day comrades.
  — Act Mukadota 

Eddie Cross must go back to Scotland, end of story.
— Home is over there.

Cross is probably eyeing a fuel importation licence that is why everything in Zanu PF is rosy for him. The president’s budget and expenditure is supposed to be a public matter discussed at length by parliamentarians including all the allowances for his hangers-on in the absence of that speculation and quite rightly so will be rife. A people’s president will forego all his other duties especially in instances of disasters, our ED does not seem to grasp such a basic requirement. The New Zealand lady leader is currently a shinning example on this matter, well done Jacinda.  It is absolutely wrong for anyone and government for that matter to think that the head of State is the only best ambassador for Zimbabwe. A Lot of foreign visits by ED can be well and better represented by embassies or foreign ministry. . .
— David

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