Moira opens up on her biggest regret in life so far, as well as what she would do differently if she were to be a teenager again. She also shares her thoughts on the US dollar versus Zimbabwe dollar debate.
Q: What was your first job?
A: I first worked as a retail assistant at Sports Direct, a sportswear shop in Great Britain.
Q: What’s your biggest regret in your life so far?
A: My biggest regret is not chasing after my dream earlier. I should have done so as soon as I left High School, rather than after I had graduated from university. Had I done so I know that I would have achieved so much more.
Q: US dollar or Zimbabwe dollar… Which one would you rather we use in Zimbabwe right now?
A: I definitely prefer to use the US dollar because it’s convenient to convert it to other currencies when I travel. The Zimbabwe dollar is not recognized in the counties I visit.
Q: What book have you been reading?
A: I’m reading “Happiness is a four letter word” by Cynthia Jele.
Q: What is one thing about you that most people don’t know?
A: Most people don’t know that I was once a Bible study coordinator at my church. Fascinating, right? .
Q: You’re given the keys to the State House today. What are the first two things you’d do for Zimbabweans?
A: Zimbabwe needs free medical care especially to new mothers and pregnant women. I would also set up meetings and ensure the country’s doctors, midwives, nurses, pharmacists and other health care professionals are comfortable.
Q: You are a very busy person. What are the things you always do despite a busy schedule?
A: I always make sure I have time set aside to talk to the Man above. I also have time set aside to check in with myself. This is very vital; it keeps me very sane in this very crazy world we’re living in.
Q: If you were to go back to your teenage years, what would you do differently?
A: Probably eat healthier. I’ve made some silly dietary choices in the past and I’m still paying the price.
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