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PHILLIP CHIYANGWA bought a brand new Mazda gift for Monalisa Charity Mutindivari after faling to buy alaptop she asked for after she took him out for lunch.
The Harare businessman, cum politician Phillip Chiyangwa Posting posted on Facebook Chiyangwa , “It’s your lucky day today my good new friend Monalisa Charity Mutindivari unemoyo wakanaka dear thanks for taking me to lunch two weeks ago.
“You asked for a laptop to use at school, sorry I failed to fulfil my promise in time, receive this small new Mazda car from my heart.”
Chiyangwa in 2017, revealed that he owns numerous properties around Zimbabwe’s capital city Harare , which assures his children of a US$ billion dollar worth of inheritanceadding he deals with real cash and does not go for any tender to beg for an opportunity to get money. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya
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