“I am always creative in whatever I do and I have decided to take my creativity to another level through arts designing,” Moyo said recently. “I have my own label trading under my company name Kimmyk Direct marketing and T-shirt designs, which is receiving much attention from a lot of young people. My company designs and supplies t-shirts, sweaters, shirts, track-suits, hats, stockings and I am now working on creating bangles and earrings.”
Part of the money received from her designing project will be given to charity. “I want to set-up a charity organisation that will cater for orphans, old people and those living with disabilities and HIV/AIDS,” said the 30-year-old former football star.
“I have a vision to help develop and grow communities. This is part of my way of giving back to the communities that supported me during my playing days.”
Moyo, who played 28 matches for the Mighty Warriors in which she scored nine goals featured alongside other great players like Mary Pretty Phiri, Siduduzile Nkomo, Precious ‘Gringo’ Mpala, Sithethelelwe ‘Kwinji 15’ Sibanda, Ruth Banda and Nomsa ‘Boys’ Moyo.Post published in: Football