Former Caps United trusted son and Warriors gunslinger Nyasha Mushekwi has shown his generous side by purchasing a 45 seater bus which his is set to donated to his former club Caps united.
This is not the first time that Mushekwi has shown his generous side, as he once volunteered to pay outstanding allowances for the entire Warriors team that was boycotting fulfilling an Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) match in Egypt recently.
In a letter seen by this publication, Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation Dr Kirsty Coventry positively responded to a letter written by Chambati Mataka and Makonese, who on behalf of the player, had written to the Minister seeking an exemption of import duty for the said 45 seater bus from the donor (Nyasha Liberty Mushekwi).
In her response, Dr Coventry made it clear that her ministry was going to write to to other offices for approval.
“Sports and Recreation Commission will then wrote a covering letter to the Secretary for Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation who will also request for the same from the Treasury. If Treasury grants the exemption, then Zimra will proceed to process the same,” read the response.
However, the letter stressed that the receipt of purchase must clearly show the name of the donee and never to an individual.
Mushekwi who moved to China, left Chinese Super League club Dalian Yifang as a free agent to Zhejiang Greentown which plays in the second division. His departure comes two weeks Yifang announced former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez as their new coach.