- Lunati Mfubesi is a successful engineer based in Cape Town
- He helps well-performing students get to their matric dances in style
- Phumlani Moya got a ride in one of his luxury cars
A young lucky learner in Cape Town got a cool ride to her matric dance recently thanks to a successful businessman.
17-year-old Phumlani Moya arrived at her dance in a luxurious Audi convertible belonging to 36-year-old engineer, Lunati Mfubesi.
According to Daily Sun, Lunati made a vow as a schoolboy to help learners get to their matric dances in style once he achieved success.
Lunati said he follows strict criteria when choosing which learner to benefit. The learner has to perform well in school and be well-behaved.
He explained that he helps schoolgirls more than boys because they are more vulnerable to older men. The businessman added:
I also help them apply for tertiary. I can’t explain the feeling I have when I see families happy because of what I do.
Lunati shared photos of himself and Phumlani posing next to his flashy car on Facebook. A proud Phumlani and her family looked radiant. She said, "I felt like a celebrity."
Her mom, Nobuntu, praised Lunati for his initiative and prayed that God would continue blessing him.
According to one of Lunati's Facebook posts, he gives 10 free rides to lucky learners to their matric dances every year in the Khayelitsha area of Cape Town.
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