Sir Wicknell gifts Toyota Aqua to 50 members of his congregation

The popular businessman of Zimbabwe, Sir Wicknell Chivayo, has gifted 50 members of his congregation the Toyota Aqua vehicles.

Photograph of Millionaire Sir Wicknell
Photograph of Millionaire Sir Wicknell

Zimbabwe: The popular businessman of Zimbabwe, Sir Wicknell Chivayo, has gifted cars to 50 members of his congregation.

The businessman gifted the members Toyota Aqua vehicles in regards to appreciating them for their loyalty and dedication towards work.

As soon as Sir Wicknell confirmed the donation, the fans and supporters took over the internet and filled the comment section with praises and appreciation.

The famous musician Mai Patai Music congratulated the millionaire and extended wishes, “Congratulations to them, Sir Wicknell, be blessed and may God continue enlarging your territories.’

A social media user, Chris Takue commented, “Thank you Sir Wicknell. Giving back to the community is best.”

Another one Kingston Masekesa wrote, “Keep the good work of sharing your wealth with those in the house of faith.”

Mike Jordan Jackson commented, “Congratulations to them, Sir Wicknell be blessed and may God continue enlarging your territories.”

Recently, the millionaire was in the news as he offered the famous singer Ba Troy to buy a car for him. But he promised to buy the car only on the condition that the musician should first register for his driver’s license.

Wicknell Chivayo, who is famous with the name Sir Wicknell is a millionaire and is a business person from Zimbabwe. He is known for actively posting his achievements and about his riches on social media.

Sir Wicknell is popular for sponsoring the Zimbabwe National Football Team single-handedly but later on due to some reasons, he withdrew the sponsorship.

The millionaire is the owner of Intratek Zimbabwe. He rose to prominence after a controversy of winning largest contract of Zimbabwean government.

As per the sources, the then Minister of Energy and Power Development of Zimbabwe – Samuel Undenge insisted the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) to sign the deal with Chivayo in $5M, without any bank guarantee.

In January 2018, Energy and Power Development Minister of Zimbabwe Simon Khaya-Moyo said that the contract between the subsidiary of Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority – ZPC and Wicknell Chivayo was discussed amongst the government Cabinet and predecessor Minister Samuel Undenge.

After failing upon giving a convincing explanation on why ZPC proceeded to pay Chivayo with no progress made on the project site.

Later on, it was reported that ZPC in actual paid Chivayo’s company Intratek $7M advance payment instead of $5M which was initially discussed.