Maxwell was an example of a fairly successful Zimbabwean young man in the diaspora. He owned his house and drove a good quality car. Maxwell was a manager at a local company, and was much respected at his work place by most Zimbabweans. Maxwell had worked very hard to get to his position. With a Masters Level education he looked unstoppable in the company.

Then his wife joined a church. As a young progressive family they had thought it would be a good idea to raise their young son in a religious environment.  With all riotous youths taking over the streets, the family wanted to protect their child from this distorted English culture.

Now Maxwell strongly believes that his family problems began when they joined a local church led by a Zimbabwean pastor.

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