‘Lazy Mzoe’ pays tribute to church, former school
FORMER Warriors goalie Muzondiwa Mugadza recently donated computers to his former school Mzilikazi Primary and cash to Adventist Children’s Home. The following is his statement:
I haven’t got much to say but to say thank you for accepting my small gifts towards these two fantastic institutes and to make it clear to everyone involved I am not seeking any relevance by this goodwill gesture.
What matters most to me is that these kids are the future and I am the past. The old adage says sharing is caring so I felt the need to give the little I could spare to these little ones and hope it will go a long way.
My mother and largely her family who are Sabbath Day Adventist members and my former club President @ Amazulu Mr Lupepe I suppose played a major influence in me coming to the Adventist Children’s home to donate $500 and three computers, as for Mzilikazi Primary school I will never underestimate the role the school played in my life, so on that token it’s just a given that the school is part of my life and I feel obliged to share the little I have with them at any cost.
Like I said before what matters is the children in all this and I hope it will put a smile on their beautiful faces. On that note I will not say much to save wasting everyone’s valuable time but say thank you again to all and God bless.