Harare Businessman Tazvi Mhaka has reportedly donated 800 litres of fuel to COVID-19 healthcare frontliers, Gemnation reports.
According to the publication, Mhaka when handing over the fuel which he reportedly sourced from his service stations said:
Let’s give acts of kindness to those struggling in our society, family, friends, neighbours & even random people. Love will conquer this.
That this pandemic has potential to cause a lot of human suffering is beyond my doubt. This is a time for each and every one of us to show love and do something positive for our country, orphans, vulnerable families, the elderly, your neighbour and even random people in the spirit of Ubuntu.
My family & our company remembered the doctors who are at the forefront of this corona virus battle. These doctors are basically going to war everyday to save humanity! We have given them 800 litres fuel through Director of City Health, Dr Prosper Chonzi, so they are able to run important errands & fuel to power backup generators to run critical facilities.
I do this to encourage each and every one of us to start initiatives in your business territories to join in and support our rather resource struggling government & local authorities. We have a service station in Kuwadzana 6 & I have given instructions that all medical personnel on Covid 19 battle field be given priority in dispensing of fuel.
Maka last week donated 20 000 gloves to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic that has killed over 18 000 people worldwide.