EEG President Mike Chimombe Applauds Sir Wicknell For Giving Back To The Community
Economic Empowerment Group (EEG) president, Mike Chimombe, applauds Sir Wicknell Chivayo for giving back to the community.
Chivayo Setting an Example of Giving Back
Chimombe praised Chivayo for his commitment to ploughing back into communities and making a positive difference. He highlighted Chivayo’s role as a responsible citizen who leads by example in giving back to society.
“We need to be exemplary as leaders in giving back to society like what Sir Wicknell is doing,” said Mike. “He is making a difference in many people’s lives. He is a responsible citizen and is living up to that.”
Embracing Progress and Patriotism
Mike went further to urge Zimbabweans to shift their focus from critics to those making a difference in the community to becoming progressive and patriotic citizens who support one another.
“It’s high time we become progressive and patriotic Zimbabweans who help each other. I believe we are each brother’s keeper,” stated Chimombe.
Subheading: Empowerment that Transforms Lives
EEG national secretary-general, Tapiwanaishe Chikondowa, also hailed Sir Wicknell for his efforts in transforming people’s lives.
“That is empowerment. I want to thank Sir Wicknell for advocating, changing and making people’s livelihoods better,” said Chikondowa. “I hope he continues on this good path in which he is helping many people in our communities.
Encouraging Others to Follow Suit
Chikondowa encouraged young black indigenous businessmen to follow Sir Wicknell’s altruistic path of standing up and assisting others. He hoped that Chivayo would continue his philanthropic endeavors, benefiting more individuals in communities.
Sir Wicknell demonstrated his generosity recently by purchasing a brand new car for the leader of his church, Chief Hwenje, and gifting Sabhuku Vharazipi and his crew a substantial sum of US$30,000 in cash, as per report by iHarare.