A HIGHFIELD Apostolic Faith prophet, Madzibaba Moses, was treated like a rock star when he visited Norton yesterday to pay school fees for a child of an artist living with disability.
Madzibaba Moses, real name Moses Gwasira, turned into the toast of vendors and touts who were charmed by his fleet of luxury cars.
The vendors and touts could be seen polishing the vehicles and asking for prayers.
“Madzibaba Moses tiyambutseiwo, zvamauya kuno tiyambutseiwo,” one of the vendors was heard shouting while cleaning the car.
Madzibaba Moses had visited a Norton-based Afro Jazz artiste, Chipo Muchegwa.
He paid school fees for her child, Ribbon Chirisa, and promised to do so until she completes her education.
Chipo said the donation touched her soul.
“Madzibaba Moses vandiitira zvikurusa,” said Chipo.
“By securing fees for my child, he has healed my soul, expressed love considering that I do not attend the same church with him.
“This is amazing, I fear God, may his territory be extended and also continue to help other people.”
Chipo is a member of the Methodist in Zimbabwe church.
Chipo’s mother Ruth Dzimano, a driver at the Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (ZUPCO), thanked Madzibaba Moses for the gesture.
“Muzukuru wangu ayambutswa gungwa nevenguwo chena, ndatenda Mwari zvikurusa.
“God is faithful, Madzibaba Moses has given us purified water of life today,” said Ruth.
Madzibaba Moses also donated goodies to 45 ECD pupils at the E-Cloud Junior School.
School administrator, Dadirai Chitofiri, thanked Chipo for bringing Madzibaba Moses to the learning Centre.
“We thank Chipo, our celebrity, for bringing big names like Madzibaba Moses.
“We have received prophecy, help and we want to see the school growing bigger,” she said.
Madzibaba Moses said his donation was part of the community service he learnt from childhood.
“Ndakakura ndichibatsirwa nevamwe saka ndinonzwa kufara nekubatsira vamwe.
“This is part of our ongoing help we give to individuals and the community at large,” said Madzibaba Moses.