Masvingo's upcoming Zim Dancehall artist Brian Nyangombe popularly known as Yellow Tom has composed a song called Baba Vauya to honour Chivi Rural District Chairman and philanthropist Dr Killer Zivhu for the charity work he has done in the country, helping orphans and vulnerable families.
Nyangombe who himself is not a beneficiary of any of Zivhu's philanthropic work, said he was inspired to compose the song after learning from a friend whose family Zivhu had rescued from hunger by donating food to them.
Speaking to TellZim News, Nyangombe said he wished to see Zivhu extending his generous hand to help disadvantaged youths resident in the ghettoes develop their talents and build their lives.
"Killer Zivhu is like a father to those who are in need of help as shown by the non-profit work he has done for some time now. This is my way of thanking him and encouraging others who might be taking philanthropy work lightly. I would like to shoot the video of this song with him," said Nyangombe.
He called upon other more privileged people in Masvingo to emulate Zivhu in helping the needy and disadvantaged people in the province.news