Kunonga says 51% stake is too little

Kunonga says 51% stake is too little
Published: 08 January 2012 (903 Views)
The excommunicated Anglican Church bishop Nolbert Kunonga says the almighty, God has continued to shame the devil and Zimbabwe has remained firm and resolute despite the existence of the western imposed sanctions.

In his address to the members of the clergy in Penhalonga, near Mutare, Kunonga said despite the socio, economic and political hardships that were brought by the illegal sanctions indigenisation and empowerment programme that is being implemented will bury colonialism and British imperialism.

Excommunicated Kunonga said the 51% stake set aside for locals is too little adding that time shall come for the country to take up everything.

- Byo24News

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