Europeans and Indians will soon be flocking to Zimbabwe in search for employment.
Zimbabwean opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa promised a huge gathering over the weekend stating that “once I am voted into power, Europeans and Indians will flock to Zimbabwe for employment as herd boys”.
The state owned Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) also cited Chamisa as promising his supporters that his government will set up special units to fight corruption and reverse the country’s education curriculum.
On May 30, Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced that Zimbabwe shall hold its election on 30 July this year.
The impending elections will be first since the removal of Robert Mugabe through military intervention in November last year.
The president assured people that the forthcoming elections will be free and fair.
Among others, Mnangagwa is to face Chamisa in the presidential race.