President Emmerson Mnangaga's global proliferation is a testament to the despair that opposition opposition MDC has said.
This is when Mnangagwa traveled to Conakry Guinea for a two-day visit this week to strengthen Africa's support for Zimbabwe's commitment program.
MDC National Chairman Morgan Komichi said the president should not seek solutions outside the country but return home and identify the right people who can help.
Komichi added that worldwide, Mnangagwa is trying to get international recognition that she is not granted because she is illegal.
"Worldview is a sign of despair, he is simply looking for a solution to the situation.
"The legitimacy crisis resulted in prisons that did not receive international recognition, which is a fundamental step in reaching a solution to the economic crisis.
"Globally, he tries to engage in an international community, but they do not want to work with a legitimate one."
However, Deputy Prime Minister Energy Mutodi said that the opposition party has no way of deciding which visit will benefit the country or not.
He said Mnangagwa is responsible for answering calls from other presidents in line with the country's business, whether they add value or not.
He noted that the government has decided to try to ensure that things improve the country because they have also launched a transitional stabilization program.
"How can the Opponents know what a visit is useful and what is not useful for the country.
"The President is responsible for bilateral calls from other Heads of State to discuss business, and it is certainly likely that bilateral negotiations will add value to us.
"That's it," Mutodi said.