Sungura maestro Alick Macheso, on Tuesday, shed tears after shaking hands with President Robert Mugabe.
Macheso was invited by President Mugabe to provide entertainment to thousands gathered at the National Sports Stadium to commemorate the Zimbabwe Defence Forces Day.
After performing his popular, “Zora” butter song, the Sungura icon was called by President Robert Mugabe to come in front of him.
Macheso, who was humbled to be called by the Head of state, went down on his knees before bowing his head touching the ground and shook hands with Mugabe. Tears could be seen flowing on the cheeks of the star musician soon after.
Recently Minister of Tourism and Hospitality Walter Mzembi cried after being presented with a life size portrait of the 88-year-old leader, who has ruled Zimbabwe since independence in 1980.