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Disability Does Not Mean Inability: Greatman


By Elizabeth Nyaguyo


Musician Greatman Gwaze has shown that people living with disabilities can find love and enjoy happy marriages.



The artiste tied the knot with his wife Silibaziso last weekend at a colorful ceremony at Village Gardens in Mabvuku.



In an interview with Sly Media News, Greatman said people living with disabilities had feelings like any other people and it is possible for them to be loved.


“As someone with a disability I have feelings as a human being I need to be loved and love back since I am like any other human being,” he said.


Greatman, prior to his wedding told this publication he had mixed feelings about this day.


“I am excited as well as envious about the day I do not know how it is going to be like.



“I do not know how many people are coming but musicians, athletes and ministers are will be there.”



Just like any groom to be Greatman’s anxiety was settled on the day, as people from all walks of life thronged the venue to help him celebrate his love.


Days later, the wedding remains the talk of town.


Greatman believed the only thing to show respect and abundant love to his wife was to have a wedding.



“A wedding is the only thing that shows that I respect my beautiful wife so much,” he said.



Greatman said his wedding was a lesson for people to value everyone despite their abilities.



” My wedding is setting an example to may people to treat people with disabilities as equal as everyone not to look down on them,” he said.

Robert Tapfumaneyi