Zimbabwe is not inspiring right now. Everything looks bleak. The atmosphere is just uncertain. It’s like, we are just living, but not even having a single idea abut what future we are building, if there is any to talk about.
Nothing in the country is instilling any sense of hope and confidence. Zimbabwe is faced with a myriad of problems that seem beyond our control. We are ruled by evil, greedy and self-centred politicians who obvious take delight in the demise of the citizens of the country. They run the country as if it is their own enterprise.
Freedom isn’t anywhere near to be seen. How we are going to attain it remains a big mystery.
But this is the state of affairs in Zimbabwe. Faced with hopelessness, tough economic conditions that degrade the worth of a human being. We are treated as second-class citizens by our own government; to them we do not matter at all.
Everyday I wonder if this mess is going to come to an end. But as they say, nothing lasts forever. Public hospitals have nothing, and people are dying like hell. It’s like a silent genocide.
As we moan about this, the country’s president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, never hesitates to splash big on meaningless foreign trips that do not even add value to the economic situation of Zimbabwe. Just makes everything worse. ED is living the life, that is all he ever wanted. And that’s why he took power by force.
The whole country is being held at ransom by few people who have made it their mission in life to get rich by stealing the money that is supposed to benefit everyone.
We have a currency crisis that’s just making everything else meaningless. Imagine.
Prices are sky-rocketing unabated; the cost of living in Zimbabwe has simply become insane. People are suffering. The bond notes do not have any value.
I could go on and on about everything wrong with Zimbabwe that makes our lives in this country very hard.
Perhaps what’s gonna keep us alive is the sheer hope and determination of making it one day, the hope of a better day tomorrow, aided by unwavering resilience.
We are suffering.
One day, it’s gon be better.