Speedy resolution of current impasse could save Zim

A photo shows a view of the Zimbabwean capital Harare on November 16, 2017, a day after the military took power and announced plans to arrest "criminals" close to the president. Zimbabweans weighed an uncertain future on November 16 without President Robert Mugabe after the army took power and placed the 93-year-old, a liberation hero turned authoritarian leader, under house arrest. / AFP PHOTO / STR (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

 

THAT the atmosphere prevailing in the country currently is tense, but calm and it’s business as usual following the “stepping in” of the military to reportedly save the deteriorating political situation, this action could explode like a powder keg.
Hence, there is need for transparency and speedy resolution of the impasse in the exit discussions for President Robert Mugabe.

The anxiety of the population and lack of transparency on what is going on could result in the situation getting out of hand.
We implore the military to ensure they provide complete information on what is happening to Mugabe, and about the talks
because the citizenry is a stockholder as well in the goings-on of the State.

What is sad is that the population is only making their conclusions as the presence of the military has increased over the few days encircling Harare.

The more time passes, the more the anxiety is likely to increase because almost everything virtually comes to a standstill despite the façade to the contrary.

It is our hope that the situation will be resolved quickly so that the nation has an idea about the latest developments.

It is, however, commendable that the atmosphere, despite the palpable tension, has generally been calm and peaceful.

Zimbabweans have indeed demonstrated a high level of maturity by not getting over-excited and we hope this will continue until the matter is finally resolved and people can continue with their usual day-to-day business with certainty about their future.

What is sad is that the population is only making their conclusions as the presence of the military has increased over the few days encircling Harare.

The more time passes, the more the anxiety is likely to increase because almost everything virtually comes to a standstill despite the façade to the contrary.

It is our hope that the situation will be resolved quickly so that the nation has an idea about the latest developments.

It is, however, commendable that the atmosphere, despite the palpable tension, has generally been calm and peaceful.

Zimbabweans have indeed demonstrated a high level of maturity by not getting over-excited and we hope this will continue until the matter is finally resolved and people can continue with their usual day-to-day business with certainty about their future.

 

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