By Martha Leboho
Chido, hit maker Daniel Mazhindu has thought of ploughing back to his community of origin after a decade in the diaspora.
Mazhindu grew up in the High density surbub of Pangolin in Masvingo where he started his carrier in the music industry.
Having migrated to the UK, he has not lost nothing regarding his roots of being a Pangolinian and thought of donating back to his roots.
Decibel supported pangolin FC with a football kit.
“Yauya Haka, this is the official kit for Pangolin FC, where do i come in? Well i grew up in the neighborhood called Pangolin and me along with other supporters raised funds and bought uniforms for our boys”.
“I wear it proudly, it looks good and it represent Masvingo. You can also buy yours and be a Haka and also feel good about helping because proceeds of merchandise sale go to the team building facilities to train young players in Masvingo and give them a start in professional football” posted Decibel on Facebook.
Pangolin FC chairman Hardwork Mugota said he was grateful with the donation as it will help in promoting local teams.
“I am very grateful over the initiative, Decibel and a few other diasporians who joined hands to promote their local team” said Mugota.
The donation which was received on Wednesday included 15 outfield socks,shirts and shorts, 50 cones, 1 kit bag, 2 tracksuits for coaches and netbag.