There are some Zimbabwean remnants who are very much concerned about the tragic situation of things back home and they are doing the little their can to help address the issues.
For over two decades now, the level of economic downturn hitting Zimbabwe is quite unimaginable. The bad economy has led to inflation in the country forcing citizens of the nation to seek refuge in neighboring countries even when it is clear they are not wanted there.
However, a Zimbabwean man known as Praise Moyo on Twitter has disclosed that he's happy over the xenophobic actions being meted on Zimbabweans living in South Africa. He claimed that if South Africans didn't accommodate Zimbabweans initially, things would have been better because they will be forced to go back home and make things right in their country.
He further argued that South Africa has made them too comfortable which translate to Zimbabweans not seeing the need to go back home and revolt against the ZanuPF oppression.
According Moyo's exact statement on Twitter and it says:
"I'm happy as a Zimbabwean, if South Africa didn't accommodate us at first, Zimbabwe would be right by now. On the 31 of December, all Zimbabweans must go back home. Our comfort zone (SA) has made us not to revolt against ZANU PF oppression, we must blame ourselves".
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