Consultations are at an advanced stage for an all-inclusive stakeholder’s indaba to discuss practical solutions to the economic crisis.
The Public Affairs Committee-PAC will convene the gathering following the forex crisis which has led to fuel shortages and imports of essential supplies.
Representatives of the quasi-religious grouping underscore the significance of dialogue to resolve the economic crisis.
PAC spokesperson Gilford Matonga insists that the government cannot do it alone
“Malawians are suffering, things on the ground are not ticking, therefore, there is need for different stakeholders including politicians, academia and entrepreneurs to share notes and find solutions to the current crisis.” He said.
Matonga further stressed the need for right people to be put in key positions in order to turn the economy around.
“It is important for the President to make tough decisions on people who are not performing, we have to ensure that people appointed in key positions are performing.”
However, Matonga did not reveal when the indaba will be held.