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CAPS United unveils Nyasha Mushekwi bus

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  • In a speech read on his behalf by his sister, Nyari Mushekwi, Mushekwi said the gift is his way of showing appreciation to the club which nurtured and developed him to be the player he is today.

WARRIORS and Caps United forward Nyasha Mushekwi has been showered with praise after donating a luxurious team bus which was unveiled by the Green Machine in Harare this Tuesday.

The 45 seater Caps United team bus purchased for the team by one of their loyal sons, Nyasha Mushekwi was officially unveiled at a colourful ceremony at the National Sports Stadium’s ‘B’ Arena in Harare this Tuesday.

Speaking at the official unveiling ceremony, Nyasha’s grandmother, Gogo Laiza Mushekwi said she is proud of her grandson whose kind gesture comes as a thank you gift to the club where the foundation for his glittering career was laid.

“Nyasha was a humble grandson but at times he would lie to me so that he can go and play football which I was against but God had his plans for him. I thank him for what he did to remember his roots,” she said.

In a speech read on his behalf by his sister, Nyari Mushekwi, Mushekwi said the gift is his way of showing appreciation to the club which nurtured and developed him to be the player he is today.

“I want to thank God for Caps United, a team that accepted and supported me from the word go. I am not that active on social media but I follow Caps united through its facebook page and I want to encourage the guys who are playing to keep pushing until they win the title,” she said.

Caps United president, Farai Jere also heaped praises on Mushekwi, saying what he has done is testimony of what the Caps United family means to him.

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“Others only think of themselves but as for Nyasha, his success has also become ours. He has raised the club high and this bus is a benchmark in the PSL,” said Jere.

The event was attended by several high profile guests including former players, such as Alois Bunjira, Stewart Murisa, Dumisani Mpofu, David Sengu and Witness Munkuli.

Caps united fans were also there to provide colour to the event.

The 45 seater luxurious navigator bus was manufactured in China and was branded in Johannesburg South Africa before getting into the country at the weekend.

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