National team player Marshall Munetsi has stretched his hand to the needy, paying school fees for thirty disadvantaged kids in his home area, Mabvuku.
The midfielder who recently joined Stade de Reims in the French Ligue 1 announced the news via Twitter on Tuesday.
He said this was done through his foundation, The Marshall Munetsi Foundation.
“Today, the Marshall Munetsi Foundation assisted 30 gifted but disadvantaged children with fees in my home area of Mabvuku,” reads the post on his Twitter account.
“I pray that every child receives education to enable them to decide their course in life from the point of strength.”
Today the Marshall Munetsi Foundation assisted 30 gifted but disadvantaged children with fees in my home area of Mabvuku,I pray that every child receives an education to enable them to decide their course in life from a point of strength.@UNICEFZIMBABWE @KirstyCoventry @UNICEF pic.twitter.com/oQnKwq3kvb
— Marshall Nyasha Munetsi #15 (@MarshallMunetsi) September 17, 2019
Munetsi grew up in the eastern Harare suburb where he played for Ali Sundowns’ junior teams before joining Friendly Academy and then Blue Rangers in Division 2.
He moved to South Africa at the age of 18 after signing with NFD team FC Cape Town and moved to Orlando Pirates in 2016 where he made a name for himself.