Following months of inaction due to the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, popular musician Andy Muridzo has revealed that he turned to farming to earn a living.
Muridzo reportedly stated that he is now into pig farming and he spends most of his time at his piggery in Norton.
This was revealed by the musician’s manager Onismo Saini who told the publication that:
We are now spending much of our time at the plot in Norton where we have a piggery project.
As we speak right now, we have over 150 pigs and piglets that we are rearing as a way to supplement our dues.
We have passed a stage where we can rely on live shows only because the environment is not conducive for the that thing.
As a friend and manager, I will have to advise him to invest in something else rather than waiting for live shows proceeds.
Muridzo who recently got engaged according to ZimCelebs is one of the musicians that were affected by the lockdown forcing them to look for alternative sources of income. Another popular musician Jah Prayer last year unveiled his trucking business Military Touch Capital Logistics during one of the country’s lockdowns.
Source: H Metro