Beverly Sibanda’s manager Harpers Mapimhidze confirmed that they visited popular Chipinge sangoma Sekuru Ndoro, who was reported by H-Metro to be in a possession of a ‘talking’ bird which can help people recover their stolen items.
Whenever we visit a town or ghettos outside Harare where Beverly hardly performs, we hold roadshows drumming up support and meeting fans. Sekuru Ndoro is also one of the fans we met along the way and he is a humble and simple guy. Many people were shocked to see us talking to him at his place but he is just a fan like most of the fans who frequent our shows. We were not even aware that he hailed from Chipinge until I recalled one of the stories published in your paper (H-Metro) several months ago.
He also dismissed claims they had gone to see the sangoma for help. He also urged Bev’s fans to desist from violence after a fan believed to be a soldier was stabbed to death over a woman, in the midst of Beverly’s show which saw the show ending prematurely.