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Here you go.........Ol Bobs Legacy.

06 February 2014, 14:42
A little of multi Billionaire Robert Mugabe's appalling legacy to the Zimbabwean people after 34 years of total misgovernance:
Highest unemployment in the World.Lowest life expectancy in the World.Record for the highest Inflation ever recorded in the World at 350 billion percent. Humiliatingly forced to use his avowed enemies currency after bankrupting the country. Destroyed the economy, gone from the 2nd largest in Africa to not even in the top 30 in just 33 years.Unable to feed its people - once the breadbasket of Africa, now more than 2 million people rely on foreign food aid30% of the population forced to leave the country in order to find work and feed themselves. Hospitals and schools now among the worst in Africa The highest rate in the World for child deaths from preventible decease outside of a war zone Highest number of dollar millionaires in government of any country in Africa. Highest number of obese ministers in government of any country in Africa. One of the worst countries in the World for corruption. One of the worst human rights records in the world. Steals 95% of the Nation's natural resource wealth for party political, personal enrichment and bribery purposes. Routinely uses food aid donated by foreign taxpayers for party political purposes. Forced to rig every election since 1980 to retain power at any cost, to avoid the ICC hangman's noose.
Who in their right mind would want to visit, live or invest in such a country? - a classic illustration of what happens when a country is continuously run by a deranged psychopath and his murderous military henchmen?
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