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Zimbabwe is Not Serious :See what they Use As Ambulances to Carry Patients to Hospital


The economy of Zimbabwe has been failing ever since they gained independence from the white .It went from being the most promising country in Africa to being what it is today .Being poverty stricken and without unemployment and failed health sytems .

Im Zimbabwe it is so difficult to find free medicine for free on hospital.Thousands of people die every year because they can't afford the ridiculously expensive health care facilities.

They dont even have ambulances to carry people to hospitals .In some areas they use donkey drawn carts like the ones below.Imagine in the 21st century and people are still using donkey drawn carts as ambulances. See picture.

In areas like the suburbs you will find that the whole hospital there is one or two ambulances the whole hospital. While all of this is happening you will find the president is not even concerned at all .He will be giving his chiefs 4×4 Rangers while he cant buy ambulances for hospitals .This is what happens when you have a president who doesnt care about the welfare of the people.Just last week he was spending thousands of dollars on alcohol in Scotland while hospitals dont have medicine .

Zimbabweans must fight to remove Mnagagwa from the throne and replace him with a person who consider their welfare .Obviously he doesnt care about health of his citizens that is why you see he is not putting any effort in renovating hospitals, building better maternity wards and paying doctors well .

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