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Pastor Gee loses 43kg, but still weighs above 150kg

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The 51-year-old dedicated Christian added: “I never thought I could ever lose the weight, but now I’m on it. I’ve got to lose weight to get to my goal. Nothing is impossible.”

Pastor Gee, real name Stanley Gwanzura
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Pastor Gee is earning a lot of praise, encouragement and support from fans and colleagues as he embarks on a weight loss regimen.
Th is comes as the witty musician and his wife Pamela are celebrating 25 years of faithful love and marriage.
SPLENDID! That is how fans of gospel musician Pastor Gee (real name Stanley Gwanzura) reacted when he announced that his ongoing ambitious weight loss programme has seen him shed a massive 43kg over the past few months.

His targeted weight is 100kg.

It will not be an easy task for the talented music producer and author, considering that he still is weighing slightly over 150kg, but Pastor Gee is getting a lot of positive feedback, encouragement and support from his fans and colleagues. This is shown by how his weight loss announcement was received by those within his circle on social media.

“I’m officially 43kg down from 193kg to 150.8kg,” said Pastor Gee. “I now have 50kg to go to the 100kg desired weight.”

The 51-year-old dedicated Christian added: “I never thought I could ever lose the weight, but now I’m on it. I’ve got to lose weight to get to my goal. Nothing is impossible.”

He urged his fans to remember him in prayer.

Stand-up comedian Carl Joshua Ncube was among the artists who felt encouraged by Pastor Gee’s effort and gruelling targets.

“What Pastor Gee is doing is nothing short of incredible. I am in awe. I am inspired. Keep going,” Ncube said.

PASTOR GEE, REAL NAME STANLEY GWANZURA
According to the Knoema Foundation, overweight and obesity are major risk factors for a number of chronic diseases, including diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancer.

Once considered a problem only in high income countries, overweight and obesity are now dramatically on the rise in low- and middle-income countries, particularly in urban settings.

As of 2020, male obesity prevalence for Zimbabwe was 4.8%. Male obesity prevalence of Zimbabwe increased from 2 % in 1997 to 4.8% in 2020, growing at an average annual rate of 4.6%.

Meanwhile, Pastor Gee and his wife Pamela are celebrating 25 years of faithful love and marriage. The couple has three children and Pastor Gee is grateful for his family.

“Happy 25th Anniversary to you my wife Pamela Gwanzura,” he said. “Thank you for being a fantastic mother to our three boys, a friend and a loving wife to me.

“I know am a handful but thank you for your patience and love. Here’s to many more!”

Born in 1970, Pastor Gee started singing in the mid 1990s with his group, Tidings of Love. The group has unleashed many motivational and soulful hits, such as Zvichanaka.

He jokes about his generation saying they were the last to play in the streets and the modern-day kids prefer spending hours on end glued to television sets or iPads.


“Anyone who was born in the 70’s… we are the last generation that played in the street. We are the first to play video games and the last to record songs off the radio onto a cassette tape. We walked over a mile without worry of being taken.

“We watched cartoons on Saturday mornings, programmed the VCR before anyone else, played Atari, Sega & Nintendo and went to house parties where we danced up a sweat!

“We are the generation of Fat Albert, Star Trek, Bionic Woman, 6 Million Dollar man Soul Train, Gilligan’s Island, Scooby-Doo, and Good Times. We travelled in cars without seat belts or airbags and lived without cell phones. We did not have flat screens, surround sound, iPads, Facebook, Twitter, computers or the Internet. But we had a great time!”

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