Zimbabweans has some of the most hardworking people in Africa but it is quite unfortunate that this hardwork does not translate into infrastructural development in the country and this is exactly why citizens of Zimbabwe are immigrating into other countries for greener pasture.
The country has suffered economically due to the sanctions slammed on them during the administration of Late Robert Mugabe.
However, a dissatisfied Zimbabwean man known as Khabo on Twitter has explained what Zimbabweans do best in times of problem and need. He claimed that Zimbabweans are good in praying whenever there is serious issues to deal with in the country.
Khabo advised them always stand up and address their problems properly instead of just kneeling and praying for solutions when they have answers to their problems.
According to Khabo's statement on Twitter and it reads:
"True, peoople in Zimbabwe are praying whenever there is a problem. the challenges we face as a country needs people to stand up and fight for their rights. If chinese are evicting people from their land, kneeling down is not going to help solve the issue, they must be stopped by the people not by praying."
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