(Last Updated on December 5, 2015 by Editor)
ZIMBABWE – Comment Back in 2008, during the political tsunami which took most Malaysians by surprise, my wife and I were still living in Mozambique. She was on a contract job, while I was the househusband.
Although Mozambique was a poor nation, corruption was a major problem. Foreigners like us were constantly being harassed by the customs officers at the airport and the local police constables.
It was common that our luggage would go missing for a few days or things were removed from the bags. Or we would be asked to take our luggage into a separate room, where we had to spend time talking to officers who wanted to know what they could get from us.