A 31-year-old Lusaka gentleman who offered and was refused by a 29-year-old woman has received enormous financial aid from well-wishers in Zambia and the U.S.
Masuzyo Phiri had something to do with a girl named Natasha Lubinda, and he was courageous enough to approach her. The answer he received, though, left him dumbfounded! Both embarrassing.
"You're not a class member.
Your mother is a street vegetable seller, but my mother is rich and a bank employs her.
You'll remain in a low-class neighborhood while I stay in the VIP area...
You come to me because your father has no access to a vehicle.
"For what!" she shouted with anger.
These remarks were outraged by some Zambian guys, especially those who attach great significance to family and parents. They began raising cash to support the family of Masuzyo's financial needs.
George Mtonga, a U.S.-based Zambian, is a contractor and investor who, under similar circumstances, helped Masuzyo and his family.
Mr Mtonga and others began a fundraising effort to collect K10,000 for Masuzyo's mother. The money was already raised and disbursed at the time of this publication (K15, 000).
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