Willard Katsande Donates R50 000 To The Disadvantaged Families
Zimbabwean and South African based Kaizer Chiefs midfielder and former Warriors captain, Willard Katsande has given food to penniless and helpless families in his provincial home zone of Mutoko.
The recipients are a portion of the individuals who have been hit hard by the national lockdown which was forced by the legislature to minimize the transmission of the coronavirus (Covid-19). President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Saturday declared that the lockdown in Zimbabwe has been broadened inconclusively.
Katsande gave R50 000 worth of food supplies to 200 helpless individuals from the Kawere and Makochekera towns in Mutoko.
Composing via web-based networking media, Katsande stated,
”Covid 19 has changed our lives and in these extraordinary times we had to do our part and help by donating food parcels in my rural area of Mutoko in Mashonaland East Despite these difficult times we will always offer our support to others where we can.#kitokomakasi”
This comes half a month after Katsande excused reports via social media that he was giving fundamental items to Zimbabweans in South Africa who have been contrarily influenced by the lockdown in that nation.
Tending to reports that Katsande along with colleague Khama Billiat had orchestrated to hand out treats in Soweto, the extreme handling midfielder stated,
“It’s so bad to spread such malicious information. Why should I gather people to give them commodities when the authorities are saying people should not gather? There is no specific location in the story because Soweto is bigger than Mutare or Harare
“What I am worried about is my people back home in Mutoko whom I feel they are less privileged and need my assistance,” said Katsande.
The following are a portion of the photos from the occasion.