In Zimbabwe, the second most impoverished country in the world, which has come to light in recent days with coup events, the children of politicians and business people share the luxury life from social media accounts.
In Zimbabwe, where President Ordun took over and President Robert Mugabe resigned yesterday the children of politicians and business people continue to share details of their luxury lives in social media accounts.
In Zimbabwe, where the world is the second poorest country after the Congo and 93 per cent of its people are below the hunger limit, the country's economy appears to be in the hands of only a few families.
Among the wealthiest young people in the country are President Robert Mugabe's sons, Robert Jr. (24) and Chatunga (20). The two teenagers are not stopping to share photos on their Rolls Royce cars from their social media accounts, in their private jets of gold coatings.
In the past days, one of Mugabe's sons had photographed the Rolex clock and shared it with the note "Do you know that your father is 60 thousand dollars in the ruling of the whole country?"