Prophet Magaya fighting drug abuse through establishment of rehab center at Yadah Hotel

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Football enthusiast, Prophet Walter Magaya, has revealed intentions to combat the detrimental effects of drug abuse among Zimbabwean youths by establishing a rehabilitation center at his Yadah Hotel in Waterfalls, Harare.

By Bhora Afrika

Dubbed Gain Life, the rehabilitation center is part of an initiative to mitigate substance abuse in the country.

The Yadah FC owner and former benefactor of Zimbabwe’s national football teams, believes that this plan is a positive stride towards eradicating drugs from society.

“We are in the process of establishing a rehabilitation center at Yadah Hotel dubbed Gain Life in an effort to lessen substance abuse in our country,” said Magaya.

Substance abuse has been identified as a major issue in Zimbabwe, necessitating the urgent need for support and treatment of those grappling with addiction.

Therefore, Gain Life rehabilitation center will provide assistance to individuals struggling with drug addiction while raising awareness about this problem.

The establishment of this facility coincides with Magaya’s completion of “state-of-the-art” stadium at Yadah Hotel called The Heart Stadium.

Upon its official opening on Sunday, it will initially accommodate 5 000 spectators but it will be expanded to its full capacity of 40 000 over time.

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