Coach Nkhwazi sounds SOS: Needs assistance for diabetes treatment

Former Dwangwa United and Nyasa Big Bullets coach Lloyd Nkhwazi has called upon well wishers to financially assist  him so that he gets diabetes treatment.

Lloyd Nkhwazi: Please help me

Nkhwazi said he already consulted Maranatha Herbal and Nutrition Clinic where they assured him drugs to heal him are available.

According to Nkhwazi, he needs four bottles of herbal drugs one for each month.

The cost of each bottle is K9,000.00 totalling to K36,000.00.

Those willing to help can directly contact Nkhwazi on 0999 342 668 or 0888 862 323.

Nkhwazi has been inactive since Dwangwa United was relegated during the 2018-2019 soccer season.

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Lucy Gunda
Lucy Gunda
8 months ago

There is more to this article. If Llyod can go public to ask for K36,000, it is a clear indication that the man is completely down to zero. What Lloyd requires is not only medication, diabetics don’t just eat anything that comes on the table . Their diet is strict and not cheap. Lloyd requires money for food, preferably a gym for specific exercises in addition to good chronic medication that is expensive. Forget about maranatha clinic Lloyd. Go to proper hospitals. Queens will give you proper prescription. A lasting solution for diabetes is not in medication. I would earnestly… Read more »

Bhumak
Bhumak
8 months ago

It’s easy to judge him. Despise his choice of where to get his medication and most importantly the cost of medication. When you are sick and desperate everything seems irrational to others. I believe we have to feel for him that he may not be in his right mind to make even a simple decision rational. It’s Not easy being sick

Banda
Banda
8 months ago

Why wasting even k2,000 on herbal medicine that will not help you but likely kill you. There is no cure for Diabities just treatment using insulin. People can reduce the effects by proper diet and exercise. Return to the hospital and receive proper treatment and advice this is a well known and treatable hand managable illness. Not curable

Kanchenga
Kanchenga
8 months ago

The beauty of life does not depend on how happy you are but on how many people are happy because of you. To a real Christian there is an opportunity to demonstrate your love for JESUS. It’s not how much you give but in what spirit.

Kanchenga
Kanchenga
8 months ago

I am really sorry. Gentlemen desperation can lead you to unthinkable places. Please don’t insult him. In Malawi situations like this are common. Due to corruption. In most cases it is the innocent that suffer the consequences. Please help if you can and if you can’t keep quiet.

Chiswa B
Chiswa B
8 months ago

Stop joking. 36000?

Quarantina
Quarantina
8 months ago

MK36,000? Really? Your friends can raise that small change for you in less than 10 minutes at a bottle store, or even better, one of your proteges whom you trained can easily part with a paltry MK36,000. You didn’t have to announce your predicament through the media. I know that umphawi siuona nkhope, but really Coach? Secondly, Mr Nkhwazi, why Maranatha Herbal Clinic? They are fake news. VERY FAKE news take, it from ( I’ve had a very nasty experience with them). Why don’t you tell people to raise enough money for you to go to a proper hospital? People… Read more »

Mngoni
8 months ago

People stop joking,do you mean 36 Thousand or 36 million?

George Malemu
George Malemu
8 months ago
Reply to  Mngoni

I think this is a joke of a century, tell us the truth indeed 36 Thousand or 36 Million. Cant relatives afford this. Cant he a piece work and raise 36 thousand

Mulopwana
8 months ago

Let me be the first indeed. So a Former football coach is looking for Mk36,000.00 only. Come on people. What z the responsibility of family here? This is an insult to family union
Consult family i advise

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