Numbers don’t lie, economy under PF

Numbers don’t lie, economy under PF

Why PF should not continue

BY Nkonkomalimba Kafunda

Comparative statistics shared by uPND President Hakainde Hichilima are frightening. The have brought to the fore the PFs incompetent rule it’s effects and consequences. Obviously the PF has failed us terribly and there should be no reason for them to remain in power because the damage is so overwhelming that it needs immediate managers to manage the situation and get us out of this malaise, this poor excuse we have for an economy. Only those who are beneficiaries of the plunder, pillage and looting of our country are in support of continued PF government. Can anybody, after reading the statistics below give me a reason, even a bad reason, why PF should continue?
Petrol
January 2015, K7.60
January 2020, K17.80
134% increase
US Dollar
January 2015 K6.45
January 2020 K15. 00
133% depreciation
Mealie Meal
January 2015 K68
January 2020 K170
135% increase
National Debt
January 2015 $4.7 Billion
January 2020 $11.2 Billion
138% increase
Inflation
January 2015 7.81%
January 2020 13.9%
80% increase
Numbers don’t lie. This is the definition of failed leadership.

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