Thursday, 12 December 2019

Mushekwi Is A Heavenly Gift: Chunga


MOSES CHUNGA, the coach who gave Nyasha Mushekwi his professional breakthrough, says he wasn’t surprised by the striker’s decision to buy a luxurious 45-seater bus for CAPS United.

The bus was unveiled at a glitzy function held in the shadows of the National Sports Stadium on Tuesday.

Mushekwi is believed to have spent in excess of US$200 000 to finally get the bus home and present it to the CAPS United family.

The former Warriors forward chose not to attend the unveiling ceremony, telling The Herald he feared he would choke under the emotions.

Crucially, said Mushekwi, he didn’t want the occasion to be about him but to be about the Green Machine family.

‘‘If I had come there, everyone would be wanting to talk to me, the cameras would be on me and not the bus and I thought that wasn’t right,’’ he said.

‘‘This wasn’t about me, but about God delivering something special to my old club and it was good that I wasn’t there when the bus was presented.

‘‘But my family was there, my sister was there, she represented me well, and my brothers and grandmother were also there.’’

Chunga was the Green Machine coach when Mushekwi arrived as a raw footballer after having switched from playing basketball.
The China-based striker singled out Chunga for special praise in a speech where the bus was unveiled.

‘‘Firstly, I would like to thank God for this amazing gift that he has given to my old team CAPS United,’’ said Mushekwi in a speech read, on his behalf, by his sister Nyari.State media
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