22 June 2018

Zimbabwe: Rhinos Queens Receive Kits

Black Rhinos Queens on Wednesday received a morale-booster for the ongoing 2018 top-flight campaign when their insurance partners, Safel, donated a football kit for the multi-championship winning side. The team were handed over a home-and-away kit by the sponsors who also gave them a branded mini-bus at the start of the season.

Speaking at the handover ceremony Safel Insurance marketing manager, Tanaka Muradzi, said they were happy to be associated with the army side. "Today, as Safel Insurance, we have come to honor your club with our small token of 2 x full soccer kits for the home games and the away games.

"We have done this because we believe in your capabilities. At Safel, we are winners, when you carry our name make sure you win.

"Football is a way to achieve personal attainment at high level. We should not be discouraged by poor conditions or by our humble backgrounds.

"In the world, there are many successful people who have come from humble backgrounds. They are successful, because they never allowed circumstances to define them," said Muradzi.

Guest of honour at the event, Isiah Chitungo, said they were honoured by the donation.

"My personal submission is that I stand to thank the board of directors and management at Safel Insurance Company for this kind gesture they have unreservedly extended to us.

"On behalf of the Commander ZNA, I humbly accept the donation.

"To the club's executive committee, and the players, I say thank you," he said.

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