The group’s spokesperson, Tendai Mushambadzi, said: “We are responding to the economic crisis that is currently affecting the disadvantaged communities in Manicaland by offering them free medical services”.
He said the programme would commence on June 1 and end August 30.
“We will be visiting various old people’s homes and orphanages. We have noted that there are many vulnerable groups in the communities that cannot afford medical expenses and our group has decided to assist them,” said Mushambadzi.
Mushambadzi said the initiative was part of their social responsibility programme.
“We have noted that the situation in some hospitals and clinics is deplorable. We are hoping to use our resources to rectify the situation,” Mushambadzi said.
He said the programme was the first of its kind in Zimbabwe, adding that they would beextending their charitable work to the other provinces in the future.Post published in: News