“Whites live on credit but Africans work for everything they own; who then is poorer?” – Lady explains why Africans are better off [Video]

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Akrina is a Ugandan lady living in Sweden who upon careful consideration has concluded that Africans are not as poor as many make it seem.

In a Tik Tok video, Akrina explained that Whites largely live on credits; their houses, cars, and even sometimes foods are bought on credit which is why they go broke whenever they lose their jobs.

Meanwhile, Africans living here work for every single thing because there is nothing one can acquire on credit. She argued that Africans, even when they lose their jobs, have whatever that have worked and are able to thrive.

While the Whites or those abroad, anytime they lose their jobs, all their possessions are taken and they are reduced to nothing.

These thoughts were communicated in a viral Tik Tok video which has since been banned. Many are asking why Tik Tok will ban such a laudable view but promote challenges like the silhouette on their platforms.

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