WHEN God says yes, surely no one can say no.
This is the true story of blind singer Daniel Gonora, and his son Isaac, who are in Milan, Italy.
The pair is scheduled to perform at an event scheduled for Sunday.
The event is part of a celebration with Triennale, of Quiet Please Music, and Ferdinando Arno, of the award-winning album titled The Gathering, which features Gonora Sounds.
Gonora, who is a master on the guitar, was given a warm welcome in Italy.
“We are in Milan, tafamba zvakanaka from Zimbabwe to Italy. “We are now in Milan, takuchida kutanga basa ratafambira kubva kumusha,” he said.
His son Isaac, said: “Mwari vatipa mamwe makomborero madhafu dhafu.
“Makomborero ekuti tikwire ndenge tiuye kuno kuMilan kuti tirove mabhangu.
“After kurova mabhangu todzokera padendere, toenda kumwe futi,” he added.
Daniel’s debut album is named Hard Times Never Kill and carries nine tracks.
He sings about economic challenges, tragic deaths, and social struggles, from his personal history, and the lives of those around him.
In 2014, when Isaac was just 12, the father-and-son combination became popular when they released their song Go Bhora, as they cheered the Zimbabwe national football team.
The song went viral.
Milan is the fashion capital of Italy.