The bilateral relationship between zimbabwe and China is growing stronger in recent times as the Asian country is currently handling some of the major infrastructural developmental projects being carried out in Zimbabwe.
The new airport that is under construction and the the roll out of covid19 vaccines is also another big collaboration between the two nations.
Meanwhile, a dissatisfied Zimbabwean man has dragged President of Zimbabwe, Mr Emmerson Mnangagwa on Twitter for constantly working with Chinese only. He claimed that Mr Emmerson Mnangagwa is gradually mortgaging Zimbabwe to the Chinese Government.
He also wondered why Zimbabwe has huge Chinese debt but the Government keep on borrowing from same country it is indebted to.
According to his statement on Twitter:
"I live out of the country. I do not want to see you mortgaging the country to the Chinese in exchange of buses. You admitted we have huge Chinese debt but you keep borrowing from them. Thats not development. I am tired of corruption and human rights abuses. We are poorer with you"
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