Zimbabwean Olympic Games hopeful, Ngoni Makusha, is appealing for US$2 500 to attend an upcoming training camp at the High-Performance Centre in Pretoria, South Africa.
Hello, my name is Ngoni Makusha, I’m a Zimbabwean sprinter who specializes in 100m and 200m. My goal is to qualify for the upcoming Olympics in Japan and to make it to the final. To do this I will need high-performance training which I can only get in South Africa, which will enable me to qualify for the Games.
The camp will last for 3 months which will cost me $2 500 USD, any assistance is greatly appreciated.
Ngoni Makusha is one of the few athletes that were awarded an Olympic scholarship for the Tokyo 2020 Games.
The Olympic scholarship programme funded by the Olympic Solidarity Fund, an arm of the International Olympic Committee, offers National Olympic Committees the possibility to obtain financial and technical assistance for a limited number of elite athletes, training and attempting to qualify for the Olympic Games.
The 26-year-old sprinter shares the same name and surname with Olympian Ngoni Makusha, who slightly missed a bronze medal in the long jump event at the 2008 Olympics.
Ngoni is hoping to get support to enable him to qualify for the Tokyo Games.
Ngoni’s Banking details are as follows:
- CABS ACCOUNT NAM – Ngoni Methukela Makusha
- ACCOUNT NUMBER -1011210533
- ECOCASH – 0773 372 419
- EMAIL- firstname.lastname@example.org