UK based Zimbabwean musician Daniel Mazhandu also known as Decibel who also goes by the moniker DB coupled with his partners Mweneziko and Ngwarai recently donated a football kit to Pangolin FC a social soccer club based in Masvingo.
Decibel who rose to prominence during the glory days of urban grooves music through hits like Chido and the controversial Madhara said the move was a part of an initiative to plough back to the community which nurtured him and several other partners who are now in the diaspora.
Posting on Facebook while wearing the yellow and blue kit Decibel wrote “Yauya Haka! This is the official kit reveal for Pangolin Football Club.Where do I come in? Well I grew up in the neighbourhood called Pangolin and me along with other supporters raised funds and bought uniforms for our boys.So I wear it representing Masvingo”
Pangolin FC team treasurer Tafadzwa Trevers Mudavanhu said the kit donation was a welcome gesture.
“We are very happy as a club our International Liason Officer Decibel and his partners Mweneziko,Ngwarai and others are doing a great job.Its not only the jerseys there is a lot that’s on the way including matchballs and cones as well as other essentials”; said Mudavanhu.
Social media users also commended Decibel and his partners for the donation.
Reacting to the post Lovemore Mudadisi commented “Remembering your roots is the only way to go.Well done bro.Much respect.”
Rosemary Majoni also said “Thank you homeboy that’s the reason I still listen to your music.
Decibel and his partners also have high hopes that proceeds from replica kit sales will be used by the team to build facilities to train young players.
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