MP’s Wife Forced To Climb Tree As Cyclone Idai Destroys Home
Chipinge South MP Enock Porusingazi has revealed that his wife was forced to climb onto a tree to save her life after their home was destroyed by cyclone Idai.
Porusingazi, who was absent when the disaster struck said he was rushing back to his Constituency to hit the ground running and assist the stranded victims of Idai.
“I am going back to my constituency, my wife survived the cyclone after climbing a tree and my house was also damaged at our farm and this is where my wife was at the time. I need to be on the ground and see the best way I can help,” he said.
“My neighbours had to call me saying my wife’s life was in danger, at least she is alive and I am concerned about the displaced people in my constituency.”
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