MIKE Saujeni, whose budding music job was derailed by a sudden incapacity which left him static at 10, could lastly re-ignite his enthusiasm for the microphone after he obtained a wheelchair donation from a regional organization.

The 20-12 months-aged aspiring musician from Chitungwiza has been paralysed for the previous ten years, earning it tough for him to recognize his dream.

The wheelchair, donated to him by Impala Auto Rental by its Alfred Dondo Foundation, is the spur he wanted. The Harare-dependent company also donated some groceries.

Saujeni is the firstborn in a family members of four little ones, all of whom go through from distinct disabilities.

His mom Anne Mangadze, who practically broke into tears though narrating Saujeni’s ordeal, explained it was challenging for her to choose care of the kids with their situations and as these, she was failing to raise income to get a wheelchair for Mike.

“I was likely by way of a ton for the reason that all my children are disabled and for Mike, it was worse because he is paralysed. Heading to the toilet was tricky for him devoid of a wheelchair, he also essential hand gloves because he crawls to get into the toilet,” she stated.

Mangadze was grateful to Impala Automobile Rental for the adore shown, expressing the donation would go a lengthy way in assisting his child’s endeavour.

Saujeni is an aspiring musician who is however to history a song while, in accordance to his mother, prides himself with a loaded catalogue of compositions and is blessed with a ideal singing voice.