Even with the technological advancement we are seeing across Africa in this 21st century, many countries are yet to uncover its potential as well as become independent of Western nations.
Many African people still believe that only white people can offer them the needed atmosphere for their countries to grow economically.
This is evident in a statement made by a Zimbabwean man known as Peter Ndlovu on Twitter. He asked president Emmerson Mnangagwa who is the current president of zimbabwe to strengthen the nation's currency as well as bring back white people to invest and create jobs for unemployed persons in the country.
In his words, he said:
"Thank you for the buses Zimbabwe Government.
But we need our own currency money and again try to Bring whites back to Zimbabwe to invest and create jobs for fellow Zimbabweans. Stop CORRUPTION especially you Mr President, stop thinking of your own benefits but think of everyone."
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