Mai Tongogara donates to old people in Domboshawa
By ALBERT MASAKA
GOSPEL musician Rhoda Tongogora, who hit media headlines after recovering the Covid-19 in United Kingdom where she is based, recently donated groceries to old people in her rural home in Domboshawa.
Popularly known as Mai Tongogara, the songstress revealed to Zim Community News that she was touched by the plight of vulnerable people back home and decided to help cushion them from the effects of the lockdown in Zimbabwe.
“I donated mealie-meal to old people from my rural home in Domboshawa with the support of a foundation whose name I can’t disclose.
Mai Tongogara, who is the elder sister of gospel musician Bethen Pasinawako-Ngolomi, has two albums Muranda Washe and Ndisimbisewo, which feature Mathias Mhere and Obert Mazivisa.
Besides being a gospel musician, Mai Tongogara is passionate about helping disadvantaged families and also supports other gospel musicians who face various challenges in their careers.
She said her music helps her to reach out to those who were in need of support.
She also promotes other gospel musicians and being one of them makes it easier to understand them.
The musician relocated to the United Kingdom 17 years ago.