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Comedians make fun of bond notes

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Fri, 30 Sep 2016 04:56:51 GMT
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Comedians make fun of bond notes

A full house of comedy enthusiasts was left in stitches as some of the country’s finest comic performers namely Samantha “Gonyeti” Kureya, Doc Vikela, Ntando Van Moyo, Q the Boss and Babongile Sikhonjwa took turns to poke at the proposed introduction of bond notes during Wednesday’s Intwasa Comedy Night in Bulawayo.

Gonyeti poked fun at the current cash shortages saying that the American dollar only exists where there is peace,

The American dollar is in short supply in the country. That currency only stays where there is peace. In America there is peace. The Zimbabwean government has no peace that’s why the currency is in short supply. That’s why men take the currency to the Avenues to sexual workers because there is a lot of peace and joy at the avenues. Here in Bulawayo, this happens in Barrow Street.

Doc Vikela said countries that had their own currency were synonymous with dead presidents, adding that querying whose face Zimbabwe was going to put on its currency since our president is still alive,

Zimbabwe is not ready for its own currency. Look at the countries that have their own money. They need a dead president’s face to put on the notes. So for Zimbabwe, whose face are we going to put on the notes?

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Meanwhile, Gonyeti will join emerging comedian Parama Stove for a performance at Masvingo Agricultural Show this weekend.

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