THE fight against escalating cases of child-abuse in the country has gone a step further after a locally-based international energy infrastructure developer, Power Giants Zimbabwe has roped in top musicians in a song that set to be a national anthem in raising awareness to eliminate the scourge.
Top local artistes Fungisayi Pazvakavapano-Mashavave, Minister Michael Mahendere, Sulumani Chimbetu, Selmor Mtukudzi, Progress Chipfumo among others to fight the scourge in song.
According to the Power Giants founder, Edzai Kachirekwa they were concerned with the rise in cases of child abuse and decided to fight the evil practise through the song .
“The next generation needs protection, daily we hear and read stories of child abuse, child marriages , this has to stop now I experienced a tough life when growing up and managed to overcome those harsh experiences, as a graduate, me and my wife, Evelyn have decided to take a stand.
” I sat down with Minister Michael Mahendere and a few others as a production team and decided to do a song that should be make an impact at national level in the fight against child abuse.
‘We are saying a big no with the song which should be out in the next three weeks.
Power Giants Private Limited, a member of Energy Giants South Africa is involved with a variety of Electrical Works ranging from Industrial, Commercial to Agriculture installations and High Voltage Line Constructions and maintenance from 11kv to 420kv.
In conjunction to our general electrical work Power Giants (Pvt) Ltd has successfully completed large contracts with electrical consultants.
The company whose roots are spread across the SADC region has also donated food, sanitary wears, blankets and many more to the less priviledged families.
It recently donated food to over 200 vulnerable families in Zimbabwe.
The company also sponsored an entrepreneur programme known as Ndine Thaza on the national television aimed at empowering small businesses.