16 23 December 2016
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RERIS INSURANCE BROKERS GIFTS FOOD PARCELS
Photographed during the handing over of food parcels to community leaders, Mr Mashudu Mureri (Reris policy Rep), Chairperson of the Raliphaswa royal council, Mr Makonde Ravele,The multi award winning and Managing Director of Reris Insurance Broker, Bishop David Mureri, Pastor Ntuseni Muhovha and Personal Assistant to the Managing Director of Reris Insurance Broker, Mrs Jeaneth Nemauluma.
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The Managing Director of Reris Insurance Brokers, Bishop David Mureri, donated food parcels to 20 poor families from Makungwi and Ha-Mavhunga last Thursday. On Monday morning he gave more food parcels to ten families from Ha-Raliphaswa. Bishop Mureri said that handing out these gifts is his way of celebrating 33 years in insurance and the best place to start giving back is the place where he was born. In response to Mureri’s kind gesture, the chairperson of the Ha-Mavhunga Royal Council, Mr Samuel Mukw-
evho said: “I am happy that in most things that Mr Mureri does, he starts at his place of birth. That on its own shows that the kindness of this man is totally abundant.” Mukwevho added that he prays that God increase and enlarge Mureri’s territory. Representing Makungwi village, Mr David Luvhengo said that he was grateful that Mr Mureri remembered the poor people from the villages and gave them a Christmas gift. He further indicated that he hopes that it will happen more often. Responding on behalf of the families that will receive the parcels, the chairperson
of the Raliphaswa Royal Council, Mr Makonde Ravele said that the gifts will make it easier for the identified families. “It is tough not knowing what you will put on the table. This donation will assist here and there.” Ravele also said that he hopes that Reris can grow even broader and keep on assisting in the manner they did. “Reris iri ari li rirothe”. Just this year, Reri’s donated several Bibles as well as calculators, office furniture donation and recently the company even donated four toilets to be erected at the Ha-Mavhunga grave site.