President-Elect Haikende Hichilema says that state coffers are nearly dry
Zambia president-elect Haikende Hichilema says that state coffers are nearly dry. He said that the country’s coffers are empty due to corruption by the outgone government. President-elect Hichilema says the country is in serious debt and it is difficult for the country to pay its debt because there is no money in the country’s coffers.
State coffers are nearly dry and empty said His Excellency President Haikende Hichilema. He went on to say that his government will deal with corruption. He has appointed a finance minister to draw the country’s budget to curb youth unemployment.
The President says that he will ensure that the Zambian economy grows well. Country coffers are dry because of corruption and misuse of the country’s resources. The new president of Zambia is an Entrepreneur and a Business.