philanthropist and gender equality campaigner, Onward Gibson yesterday moved
around some suburbs of Masvingo distributing food items and other basic
commodities to people identified as hardest hit by the national lockdown.
widely known, recently travelled from Harare, where he is now based, for the
sole purpose of lending a hand to vulnerable people in the city where he was
born and bred.
widows, the disabled were among the beneficiaries of the philanthropic effort.
received a package comprising 20kg Red Seal maize meal, 2 litres cooking oil,
beans, kapenta fish, sugar and salt.
bars of washing soaps, sanitary pads, petroleum jelly and candles.
where the distribution exercise began, Prophet O said it was in times of severe need
as this that people should prove their humanity.
have people who have every material thing they need and those who can barely
afford anything. This is a most appropriate time to serve the Lord because we
are in a crisis of epic proportions. My team and I do not have everything that
we need, but here we are, doing the little we can to help the next person,” he
continue to mobilise other people to contribute whatever they can towards
further relief efforts for the duration of the lockdown and beyond.
inspire others to follow suit. It should also be a way of spreading the glory
of our Lord Jesus Christ,” he said.
He said the Onward Gibson Foundation has set aside a $700 000 fund to fight coronavirus.