Former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Todd Moss has said America in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic should take hardworking and resilient people to rebuild their country like Zimbabweans and people from Hong Kong.
Using Microblogging site Twitter Moss, the executive director of the Energy for Growth Hub said;
If we want the US economy to recover strongly, we should be luring the smartest, most hardworking, and most resilient people facing tyranny. Start w asylum for Hong Kongers and Zimbabweans.
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Meanwhile, during the course of the week at a press conference at the party’s headquarters, Zanu PF spokesperson Patrick Chinamasa laid into the US ambassador and called him a thug before threatening to expel him in a move that might further strain relations between Zimbabwe and America.