Following the ZBC News story on Kudakwashe Masunda a Form One pupil at Rafemoyo high School who was appealing for a wheelchair, sungura music maestro and Red Cross Ambassador, Alick Macheso, has visited the school and handed over a wheelchair to the young man.

Zimbabweans from across the country have responded with love as the Masunda family has also received food stuffs, clothes and blankets.

Three words came out from Kuda…“thank you Zimbabwe”.

Kudakwashe had to be pushed to school by his young sister Lucia Masunda in a wheelbarrow loaned to the family by the school.

According his grandmother Mbuya Masunda, Kudakwashe was born disabled and has to crawl when doing household chores.

 

Macheso chats to Kuda after handing over a wheelchair to him

 

So far 8 wheelchairs have been handed over to the school authorities and other children living with disabilities in the vicinity are also now set to benefit.

Other children living with disabilities are also now benefiting following the overwhelming response from Zimbabwe.

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