Desperate Dreams Turned Nightmare: Zimbabwean ‘Nurse Aides’ Exploited by Mudzimai Weruwadzano Gladys Chingoka
Mudzimai Weruwadzano, Gladys Chingoka, a devoted member of the Methodist Church and owner of Home Support Services (Nurse Aides) in the United Kingdom, is under scrutiny for allegedly mistreating and defrauding desperate job seekers.
Accusations of Exploitation and Deception
Chingoka is facing accusations of paying her workers as little as £150 per month, a wage far below industry standards. Furthermore, it is alleged that she intimidates her employees by threatening deportation if they speak out about their mistreatment. These claims stand in stark contrast to Chingoka’s public persona as a religious figure.
Religious Devotion vs. Alleged Treatment of Employees
On her Facebook page, Chingoka proudly states her role as an accredited preacher in the Methodist Church. However, her actions seem at odds with her religious commitment. In one post, she invites others to join in worship, showcasing her connection to the Zimbabwean community. Her involvement in building a church also contradicts the allegations against her.
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A Clash of Actions and Words
Chingoka’s Facebook posts reveal her dedication to the advancement of the Kingdom of God and her desire to build the church. She expresses gratitude for the support received from her friends, family, and community.
“Thank you for this day Lord. It’s not a mistake that I was a guest preacher at our local church, while the church I supported to be built was being dedicated. The church in Gokwe Mudzogwe, the church you my friends supported, the church my husband stood by me, my brothers, sisters, mother and father served,” stated Gladys.
However, these statements contrast sharply with the claims made by her employees regarding their working conditions and treatment.
Building the Kingdom of God, but at What Cost?
“In October 2020, I turned 50 and gave myself a challenge to build the kingdom of God. I turned my 50th celebration into a gift to the community and advancement of the Kingdom of God. Like Hezekiah, today I stand before you Lord and remember the encouragement you gave me when I preached, evangelised, and built,” she wrote.
Despite Chingoka’s fervent declarations of building the Kingdom of God and her involvement in religious activities, the allegations against her raise questions about the treatment of her employees.