The twin sons of President Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe have been deported from the United Kingdom and the issue has stirred up so much reactions from Zimbabweans who kept extolling the United Kingdom authority for their action.
The twin sons of President Emmerson Mnangagwa were said to be residing at the popular Nicholas Van Hoostraten properties in the United Kingdom before their shameful deportation. The twins were reportedly admitted into college but they abandoned their academics and continued living in the United Kingdom.
They were rounded up by immigration officials in the United Kingdom and sent back to Zimbabwe for not possessing appropriate documents that suits their immigration status.
"The twins Sean and Collins were friends of mine back when I was a teenager. They were living in Nicholas Van Hoostraten property in United Kingdom till they got deported for not going to college.
They papers ran out, then Emmerson Mnangagwa sent them to China. Collins is the good twin".
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