Many citizens of Zimbabwe are saddened by the constant maltreatment meted on its people living abroad in search of good life. The political climate in the country has transcended Zimbabwe into a nation where people will never wish to visit.
The economy of the country has become a shadow of itself unlike what is obtainable in time past. Zimbabwe's currency is being rejected as means of payment even by citizens of the country due to its value.
Meanwhile, it is pertinent to note that there are Zimbabwean nationals who are still optimistic that Zimbabwe will become a better place for all to live despite the situation of things in the country at the moment.
Honourable Sibanda Addy is one of those who are hopeful of a better Zimbabwe. He took to his Twitter handle to advise South Africans maltreating Zimbabweans that things will definitely get better in the country.
He said that Zimbabwe in few years time will become a place where many people around the world including South Africans will wish to come and seek for greener pastures.
In his words, he said:
"In a few years to come you all will be coming to Zimbabwe for greener pastures. Bookmark if you like".
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