THE Grain Millers’ Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) has donated a year’s supply of food to the family of the Murehwa Siamese twins separated at Harare Hospital last year and offered to employ their father following reports that the family was struggling to make ends meet.
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Last week, the twins’ father Moses told NewsDay that his sons, Kupakwashe and Tapiwanashe Chitiyo, were malnourished due to lack of adequate food as he was jobless and could not cater for their nutritional needs.
Speaking at the handover of the various food stuffs to the Chitiyo family on Wednesday, GMAZ chairman Tafadzwa Musarara alsooffered to employ the twins’ father to enable him to look after his family.
Speaking at the same event, Labour minister Prisca Mupfumira said that her ministry would continue mobilising support for the family.