Madzibaba Moses Gives US$ 10k at Zanu-PF Star Rally

Abel Karowangoro

The Zanu-PF star rally held in Centenary saw an unexpected act of generosity from Madzibaba Moses, who donated a staggering USD 10,000 for a special draw benefiting ten lucky attendees.

The rally, with the esteemed presence of President Emmerson Mnangagwa as the guest of honour, took a heartwarming turn as the winners were encouraged to utilize their winnings to boost their respective projects.

Madzibaba Moses, a prominent figure in the religious community, surprised the crowd with his magnanimous donation during the electrifying political event. The atmosphere was filled with excitement and anticipation as the draw commenced, offering a rare chance for ordinary citizens to receive financial assistance for their endeavours.

Moses Gwasarira National Chairman for Vapotsori 4ED, Owen Chingondi VED Harare Provincial Chairman, and Obey Mapuranga VED spokesperson, handed over to ten fortunate winners selected randomly from the crowd, each receiving USD 1,000 as their reward.

The generous cash prize presented them with a golden opportunity to kickstart or enhance their projects and initiatives. The winners, ecstatic with joy and gratitude, expressed their heartfelt appreciation to Madzibaba Moses and the organizers for this unexpected lifeline.

National Chairman Gwasarira emphasized the importance of nurturing local talent and entrepreneurship.

He encouraged the winners to wisely invest money in their projects, expressing his belief that such initiatives would play a pivotal role in fostering economic growth and community development.

The Zanu-PF star rally itself was marked by enthusiastic crowds and passionate speeches from various party members.

As the rally came to a close, the winners of the draw were once again congratulated on their newfound opportunity to advance their projects. Madzibaba Moses’ act of kindness will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact on the lives of these individuals and inspire others to contribute to the betterment of their communities.

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