Zimbabweans Selling Toes For $20,000 To Survive

Zimbabweans Selling Toes For $20,000 To Survive

Citizens of Zimbabwe are reportedly cutting their toes in exchange for dollars to survive the high cost of living in their country.Information Guide Nigeria

According to RIPPLES NIGERIA, this is following the nation’s economic downturn. Since the war between Russia and Ukraine began, prices of cooking oil and bread have soared in Zimbabwe

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RIPPLES NIGERIA reports that a video posted on social media platform, Twitter, showed a man limping, with wool covering a part of his toe. He was bragging about using the money he got from selling the toe to purchase a Toyota vehicle.

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According to unverified prices, small toe is sold for $10,000, middle toe is $25,000, while big toe price is put at $40,000. This comes amid Zimbabwe’s inflation rate hitting triple digit, to rise to 131.7%, it’s highest since June 2021.

As reported by RIPPLES NIGERIA, production of goods in the country has also been slowed by shortage of foreign currency to import needed raw materials. As a result, the country has adopted U.S dollar and rand of South Africa to battle the meltdown in the nation’s economy.Jamb Result

Speaking with RIPPLES NIGERIA, an anonymous Zimbabwean he has not confirmed the cutting of toes by fellow citizens, but asked that money be given to him, before he cut off his toes.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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