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Wicknell Chivayo gifts prisons boss with brand new Benz, US$10k fuel allowance

Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service chief correctional officer Christine Madeyi received a brand-new Mercedes-Benz C200 and a US$ 10,000 fuel allowance from Sir Wicknell Chivayo.

Wicknell Chivayo has been spoiling people like no man’s business in 2024. He started splashing cash and car gifts in 2023 when he gave ZANU PF campaign musician Chief Hwenje a Toyota Hilux GD6. Even Sabhuku Vharazipi chowed Wicknell’s money after receiving US$10k for praising President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

This year, Wicknell took it a notch further and got Toyota Aqua vehicles for senior members and leaders of his church. Wicknell then splurged on high-end Mercedes-Benz cars for Jah Prayzah, Sulumani Chimbetu, DJ Fantan, Sandra Ndebele, Seh Calaz, Diana Samkange, Andy Muridzo and Mathias Mhere. He specified that he is buying them cars because they support ZANU PF.

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Chaplain Madeyi and Victor

Earlier today, Wicknell gifted the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services chief prisons officer Christine Madeyi with a new Mercedes-Benz C200. He gave her for supporting First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa’s Angel of Hope Foundation.

Speaking on Instagram, Chivayo said:

“Please go to EXQUISITE DEALERSHIP and see Victor. Your beautiful MERCEDES BENZ C200 is ready for collection. This is my small way of saying THANK YOU with much LOVE and APPRECIATION for your endless support and commitment at our amazing MOTHER ZIMBABWE’S ongoing nationwide ANGEL OF HOPE charity events…You are a wonderful CHARPLAIN, PASTOR and PREACHER of distinguished character not only to the ZPCS but to all of us who attend the various ANGEL OF HOPE charity events and many other church programs you lead.

“Being a CIVIL SERVANT is an exception, only IF YOU GO DRESSED IN YOUR UNIFORM. I’ve also instructed VICTOR to give you an additional 10 THOUSAND UNITED STATES DOLLARS in cash for your fuel allowance as an indication of my further gratitude for your sacrifice and commitment to NATIONAL DUTY.”

Upon receiving the gift, Chaplain Madeyi expressed gratitude saying that she had always been looked down upon when she was growing up but has found comfort in people appreciating her.

She also thanked First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa for seeing good in her.

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