This question has a bunch of development-related keywords like "build" "development" and "package".
However it is not really a question about "developing for Android", it's about "developing on Android". Using Android as a development platfrom is, in the concept of Android, using, not developing.
It's asking about missing shared library symbols, and after searching on Google, I found the answer is "Build ZeroMQ from scratch by yourself". This answer is, however, off-topic on Android. But it does not affect the question.
In short, the question is similar to
I wrote a program on Android using Termux, and the dynamic linker said it's missing a symbol "pw->pw_gecos".
So what? I can well remember Dan Hulme ♦ said (from my memory, exact wording may vary)
If your question is about using Android as a development platform, it's OK. But if you ask something like "I wrote this code on my Android phone, what's wrong with it", it's clearly off-topic
I can't find the quotation above but I'm fairly sure it's said by Dan Hulme somewhere on this site (A.M.SE).