Marshall Munetsi has blessed the futures of 30 school children.
The Warriors midfielder revealed his latest charity activities today. The children of Munetsi’s home village, Mabvuku, learned of the Marshall Munetsi Foundation’s investment in their futures.
“I pray that every child receives an education to enable them to decide their course in life from a point of strength,” wrote the 23-year-old footballer.
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
The former Blue Rangers, FC Cape Town, and Orlando Pirates’ humanitarian gesture comes early after his move to Europe. The powerful central midfielder is just two months into his French Ligue 1 move to Stade Reims.
Up next for Munetsi’s side is a home game against giants AC Monaco this Saturday.