President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said the country is now back to normal following the outlawing of the multi currency system that has been in place since 2009.
In a statement, Mnangagwa said the country had normalised it’s domestic issues,“We have normalised our domestic issues.
“We were living under an abnormal financial situation but we have normalised that and we are moving forward,” he said.
Mnangagwa said a country should have it’s own currency.
“Zimbabwe has gone back to normal and the normalcy is that a country must have it’s own currency.
“We were living in an abnormal situation,” he said.
He said he believed that was the right move.
“What is critical is you only move when the fundamentals are correct, then we make a move. We have moved.
“I believe we are doing the right thing,” he said.
He added that government would soon be rolling out programs to inform the nation on the new move.
“In this transition there will be a lot of confusion but we are so clear, we will be having either workshops, pronouncements on radio on what we are doing,” he said