It never rains but pours for Ms Chipo Manyuka of Glen Norah in Harare who is suffering from a rare condition called Osteogenesis Imperfecta.
Ms Manyuka had breathed a sigh of relief after receiving a donation worth thousands of dollars courtesy of the Killer Zivhu Foundation that saw her medical bills being covered, before giving birth to a child with a similar condition on 23 February.
Still grappling and trying to adjust to life with a disabled new born, fate dealt her another blow as she was discharged from hospital before fully recovering.
Ms Manyuka knows that a baby is a gift from God, and she is celebrating the arrival of her baby boy Elisha, but her challenge is giving the child who has some special needs the appropriate care.
Killer Zivhu Foundation leader, Dr Killer Zivhu urged Zimbabweans to help the disadvantaged in their societies, stating that Ms Manyuka’s condition needs more people to combine the little they have to help her out.
Ms Manyuka is in a critical condition as she cannot walk due to a rare disease that has made her bones weak with the possibility of breaking.
Osteogenesis Imperfecta is known as brittle bone disease and sometimes causes bones to break for no known reason and can also cause many other problems such as weak muscle, brittle teeth and hearing loss.