Last week, the whole Mzansi was in shock this comes after the famous businessman, Max Mqaqi was shot multiple times by unknown men, fortunately Max managed to escape and drove off quickly to the hospital, and that helped him a lot since bullets are poisonous.
The daughter of Max Mqadi, Zinhle Mqadi took to Twitter to speak about the state of her father for the first time. According to Zinhle Mqadi, her father is in good state "Thank you to each and everyone of you for your texts, DMs & calls. We are grateful for your support & God's mercy on my father's life" said Zinhle. Zinhle went on to reveal that her father is doing so great "He is looking better than ever!! Energetic, cheerful & full of life, he's already back to making everyone laugh" happily said Zinhle Mqadi, The daughter of Max Mqadi. People are so happy that Max Mqadi did pull through. Many Twitter users highly recommend that Max Mqadi hire a couple of security guards that will ensure his safety "It's time to hire body guards like Duduzani Zuma" Said a Twitter user. "Yes...He needs protection 24/7'' said another Twitter user.
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