Watch: Lol! This Man Has An Amazing Job In The United Kingdom

Watch: Lol! This Man Has An Amazing Job In The United Kingdom.

A skit of a Zimbabwean Hwindi made rounds on social media. The video shows the Zimbabwean male being interviewed about his life in London at the United Kingdom. The interview is claimed to have taken at the Liverpool street train station.

The name of the Hwindi male is Fastmore Ncube. He uses a Zimbabwean accent to speak to his interviewer. The male says that the United Kingdom doesn’t have transport problems that are the same as other countries. He says that the transportation system in the United Kingdom largely uses electricity and not fuel.

The interviewer was confused when the male didn’t correctly pronounce the word ‘lucrative’. The interview was then disturbed by a person who wanted directions from the operator. That’s when Fastmore Ncube changed his accent to a British accent. When the person who asked for directions asked him about what the interview is about, the Zimbabwean male said “it’s bits and bobs.”

He then went on with the interview, telling the interviewer that people know where to go when they need information. The interviewer tried correcting the male and the male insisted on his pronunciation, he also explained what the word means. He said it creates money. In the next part he spoke about how he started being a Hwindi. He says as an entrepreneur he saw a gap in the market.

He also spoke about how fast the transportation in the United Kingdom is but he said it’s nothing compared to one of the Zimbabwean drivers that he used to work for. The video cuts to CCTV video footage of a minivan crashing on a pavement. He then said that his goal is to be the first Hwindi on an aeroplane.

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https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2268209260174309&id=1803926386602601

by Alexandra Ramaite

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