Zimbabwean MP proves that money can buy a professional football career as he buys a club and he will play for it

Zimbabwean MP Scott Sakupwanya has proved that money can fulfill a dream of playing professional football.

Sakupwanya, who is also a gold dealer, purchased Scotland FC which plies it’s grade in Zimbabwe’s second tier Football League. He is set to play for the team he owns.

Sakupwanya’s move to play for his own club has raised some eyebrows, with many questioning the ethics behind a Member of Parliament also playing for a team he owns.

However, Sakupwanya remains undeterred by the criticism and is determined to lead by example on and off the field.

In addition to his political career and ownership of Scotland FC, Sakupwanya is also a well-known gold dealer in the region.

Despite his busy schedule, he still finds the time to pursue his passion for football and believes that his involvement in the sport can have a positive impact on the community.

When asked about his dual roles as a politician and a football player, Sakupwanya stated, “I believe in leading by example. Whether it’s in politics, business, or sports, I want to show the people of Northern Region that hard work, determination, and perseverance can lead to success.”

Sakupwanya’s decision to play for Scotland FC has been met with mixed reactions from the public.

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