Oscar J Jeke
Musician and philanthropist Mukudzei Mukombe, better known as Jah Prayzah, has extended his helping hand to Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison by drilling a borehole on the facility’s grounds. This timely intervention addresses the prison’s ongoing water challenges and aligns with Jah Prayzah’s commitment to fostering rehabilitation among inmates.
“In a heartfelt commitment to bettering the lives of those within Chikurubi Maximum Prison, I've embarked on a transformative journey, leading to the installation of a borehole to address the water need of the inmates,” Jah Prayzah stated in a press release.
“I presented this borehole to the DCG, who was representing the Commissioner-General ZPCS.”
The musician’s act of generosity comes as Chikurubi has faced water shortages, highlighting the need for improved conditions within the prison system. Jah Prayzah’s initiative extends beyond immediate relief, as he emphasizes the importance of rehabilitation for incarcerated individuals.
“One such project to note is Mhosva which is hosted by @nigelmush (Dual Sim),” Jah Prayzah added, referring to a previous collaboration that addressed critical issues within the prison system. “It’s a step towards not just quenching physical thirst but nurturing hope and humanity within the prison walls.”
Jah Prayzah’s actions resonate with his long-standing dedication to social responsibility. By addressing both practical needs and fostering a sense of hope, he aims to make a positive impact on the lives of those impacted by the justice system.