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Reverend releases album for diabetes victims


A US-based Zimbabwean minister of religion Dr Abiot Moyo has released a six track gospel music CD titled Taiwadzana Naye in memory of all people that succumbed to diabetes.

Proceeds from the sale of this album will be donated to Waterfalls-based Immanuel Chapel Ministries (ICM) which is being upgraded to accommodate more people.

I hope this gesture will challenge the Immanuel Chapel medical outreach team to spearhead diabetes treatment and education in their future outreach programmes, said Dr Moyo.

My brother Davison Mudadi was a member of the apostolic faith sect and he had fasted for about three days. When he got home after this fast he collapsed and died later. We only learnt Davison was diabetic the day he died.

He described his album as a true contemporary Zimbabwean beat that ministers to listeners at a very personal level.

The pastor at ICM, Bishop Emmanuel Bawa, was overjoyed with the gesture from Dr Moyo to assist the church, which is undergoing various renovations.

Dr Moyo is an ordained church minister of the United Methodist Church.

The album was launched recently with the support of music production company, Wesy Beatz.

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