PUDEMO Secretary General Wandile Dludlu officially launches project to renovate Mkhulu Mkhetheni’s home

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PUDEMO Secretary General Wandile Dludlu officially launches project to renovate Mkhulu Mkhetheni’s home
PUDEMO Secretary General Wandile Dludlu officially launches project to renovate Mkhulu Mkhetheni’s home

Africa-Press – Eswatini. Wandile Dludlu, the Secretary General of the People’s United Democratic Movement has launched a project to renovate the house of Mkhulu Mkhetheni Nkambule of Dlangeni under Chief Nsukumbili.

The project was funded to the tune of ten thousand Rands(R10,000.00) by Swazis who are members of Zweli Martin Dlamini Fans Club on Facebook.

Dludlu was among youth members from Msunduza who were present during the official launch of the project.

Mkhulu Nkambule is popular within the area as a senior citizen who hardly miss funerals to mourn with other residents.

Two Swazi businessmen who are members of the editor’s Fans Club donated six thousand Rands (R6,000.00) including a grant of R350.00 per month for Mkhulu for a period not exceeding twelve(12)months.

Reached for comments on Saturday afternoon,Madzabudzabu Kunene, the Chairperson of the Swaziland Massacre Victims and Survivors Association(SWAVISA) confirmed the commencement of the project, Kunene was mandated to oversee the renovation.

“We can confirm that the project commenced today(Saturday) and the renovation has started,” said the SWAVISA Chairperson.

Mkhulu Mkhetheni Nkambule impressed the editor after watching his video where he was singing at a funeral leading a song titled “Simoni ka-Jona uyangithanda na?”

The editor posted the video on his Fans Club Page and raised about R10,000.00 in one day, the page is followed by close to 200 000 Facebook followers.

When approached for the handover of the donations, Mkhulu Nkambule asked that the money be used to renovate his two-room house which he built and later abandoned it due to financial challenges.

“Nimane ningilungisele lendlu yami, ngimane ngife nami sengati kutsi nali likhaya lami(meaning: If you can renovate my house so that I can die having a home)”, said Mkhulu Nkambule.

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