Businessman keeps his wheelchair promise

2015-05-15 06:00
Rosewell and Nosifundisi Nogula receive the wheelchair from an Umzimkhulu businessman. PHOTO: ntuntu dweba

Rosewell and Nosifundisi Nogula receive the wheelchair from an Umzimkhulu businessman. PHOTO: ntuntu dweba

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TRUE to his word Umzimkhulu businessman Milton Mncwabe delivered the wheelchair to Rosewell­ Nogula (45) from Xhama village­ in Mt Ayliff.

Nogula was paralysed when he was hit by a car while working in Johannesburg.

Mncwabe was touched when he saw Nogula struggling to walk with his rusty crutches at the EG Mall in Kokstad and promised to buy him a wheelchair.

“I cannot thank Mr Mncwabe enough. He has done something very big for me. I was struggling to walk I could feel pain around my waist because I was using it to drag my body, now I will use my wheelchair. He has made it very easy for me,” he said.

Nosifundisi, Nogula’s wife, said she prays that God continues to bless Mncwabe.

“This man has a very big heart and I pray that God gives him more money so that his ability to help other people expands. He has done a very good thing for my husband.”

Mncwabe, who owns Kulungile Funeral Parlour and Kandamp;M Security, said he was glad that he could be of help to someone who needed it

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