Kadoma businessman and land developer Jimayi Muduvuri donated 20 residential stands to the Medical and Dental Private Practitioners Zimbabwe Association (MDPPZA).
Muduvuri, who also donated a beast to the association, commended the good job medical practitioners are doing. “As a genuine land developer, I am going to donate zo stands to the association as a thank you for the good job you are doing.
“I was once sick and I only go the help from doctors and when I least expected it. “By giving you the stands, I appreciate the good job you are doing, ” he said.
Muduvuri, who is the patron for Muduvuri Rehabilitation Foundation (MUREFU), said it was high time medical practitioners embarked on income-generating projects, instead of relying on salaries.
“I once approached doctors at Kadoma General Hospital with the offer of stands so that they don’t go on strike, but I have decided to handover them to MDPPZA.
“I know all the io provinces are represented here and I will also give you more, but you will develop them on your own,” he added.
MDPPZA interim chairperson Dr Johannes Marisa hailed Muduvuri for his gesture. “We would like to thank Mr Muduvuri for his donation.
“We really appreciate what you have done for us because it will go a long way in assist-ing our members to become landlords. “Once again, I would like to thank you,” he said.
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