Hopewell Chin'Ono, a South African fact finder revealed this information in his Twitter account @daddyhope when he said that " 95 percent of Zimbabwe's potential workforce is unemployed, central hospitals have no paracetamol, whole country had no cleaning drinking running water, schools have no books, roads are potholes, the country has the highest inflation in the world , and Mnangagwa campaigns with perfumes?
Replying to this tweet, the presidential candidate is criticized for using perfume during his campaign. It was is alleged he misplaced the thing the country need at the moment.
It is alleged that he could have concentrated more rebuilding the country economically and making plans on how to make the country a better place for the citizens and potential investors.
The use of perfume in his campaign add nothing to the lives of Zimbabweans.
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