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‘Charity begins at home’ – says Wicknell Chivayo as he blesses his wife’s father, 4 others with US$90 000 worth New Ford Ranger each

‘Charity begins at home’ – says Wicknell Chivayo as he blesses his wife’s father, 4 others with US$90 000 worth New Ford Ranger each – Energy mogul, Wicknell Chivayo has shown his appreciation for his wife’s father by blessing him with a new Ford Ranger.

The car is worth US$90,000 and is a token of Chivayo’s gratitude towards his father-in-law for raising his wife with such love and care.

It has been revealed that besides gifting his father-in-law with a new Ford Ranger worth US$90,000, energy mogul, Wicknell Chivayo, also spent an additional USD360,000 on his own relatives whom he identifies as his fathers. This revelation follows Chivayo’s recent social media posts in which he showcased his new fleet of luxury vehicles.

He defended his decision to gift his relatives with cars, stating that his wealth has allowed him to uplift his family and provide for them. He emphasized the importance of family support and acknowledged the role his “fathers” have played in his life and success.

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Chivayo, who is often in the spotlight for his luxurious lifestyle and over-the-top spending, revealed that his actions are grounded in the belief that charity begins at home. He stated that he is blessed to be able to give back to his family in this way, and that his father-in-law deserves the gift for his unwavering support of Chivayo’s family.

The energy mogul also shared that his father-in-law is his business partner, providing valuable insights and guidance to him in his entrepreneurship journey. Chivayo expressed that the gift was a symbol of their strong bond and a testament to his father-in-law’s role in shaping Chivayo’s success.

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Chivayo’s actions also align with the African proverb, “Charity begins at home,” emphasizing the importance of looking after one’s own family and community before reaching out to help others. By providing for his family and showing appreciation for his father-in-law’s support, Chivayo sets an example for others to follow and shows that success and wealth should not be isolated endeavors but should be shared and celebrated with those closest to us.

Here is what he had to say:

“CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME…last week was a great week for me as I watched so many celebrate and receive their WELL DESERVED GIFTS…I will not be swayed or wrongly influenced by NAYSAYERS that want to go against my calling or purpose…Out of those who celebrated where my 5 beloved Father’s JOSEPH CHIVAYO , WICKNELL CHIVAYO (my sazita), HERBERT CHIVAYO, NAISON CHIVAYO and my amazing Father in-law DR DAVID MADZIKANDA. At a very reasonable cost of 90 thousand USD each for the top of the range BRAND NEW FORD RANGER WILTRAX 3.0d V6 , I must say this was the best 450 thousand dollars I spent this year. The feeling is just priceless , My Father’s are just wonderful people and not any one of them has ever discouraged me of my love for the people. I bought so many other people cars before them and not sense of entitlement whatsoever instead they kept supporting the good work and reminded me that’s why our totem tichinzi vana CHIRERA NHERERA VANO RERA NE DZISI DZAVO. They all knew their turn would come one day…Ndokuti vana BABA ka uku VANA CHIRANDU CHE GONO GANYAMATOPE MUTUPO URI MUDANGA MASHAYA CHIRASHWA…Na Tezvara vang ndaka bvuma KUTI NDIRI MUKWASHA vakandi berekera chido che moyo so he also has to feel the difference kuti vakaroorerwa ne SHOROMA…🤣🤣🤣…CHENGETAI MAI NA BABA…🙏🙏🙏”

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Charity begins at home
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Image: Internet 'Charity begins at home' - says Chivayo as he blesses his wife’s father, 4 others with US$90 000 worth New Ford Ranger each 'Charity begins at home' - says Chivayo as he blesses his wife’s father, 4 others with US$90 000 worth New Ford Ranger each

 

 

_Afrogazette_

 

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