The best is yet to come, says TV girl, Vimbai Mutinhiri, who clocks 32 todayNo Case Matched!
Zimbabwean actress, model and television host, Vimbai Mutinhiri, is celebrating her birthday today, February 18.
Born in Harare, Zimbabwe but Vimbai, who turned 32, was raised in Belgrade, Serbia and in Johannesburg, South Africa.
‘The Moments’ presenter on Ebonylife TV, shared a series of pictures on her Instagram page and captioned one as:
“Born to Brig. Gen. Ambrose and Dr Tracy Mutinhiri on this day – God showed her grace, mercy and favour every day of her life, and again today blessed her with a new year of life to be a showcase of His glory, to be a light to the world, to be the head and not the tail, to lead her generation with a difference, to be a vessel of uncommon blessings, to have the anointing to do ordinary things in extraordinary ways and to fulfil her purpose in a long life filled with good health, joy, love and prosperity!
“Happy Birthday Vimbai! You have come so far, but never forget that the best is yet to come. Don’t stop being true to yourself, don’t stop pouring out the best of yourself into the world and loving without limits. Don’t stop insisting on your value, and preserving your energy. Don’t forget who you are and where you belong. But most importantly, don’t forget to laugh it all off because nothing is ever that serious!”
Vimbai is a graduate of politics, philosophy and economics, and was one of the housemates on the 6th edition of the Big Brother Africa game-show in 2011, which had Karen Igho as winner.
She kicked off Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice (AMVCA) in 2013 with IK Osakioduwa as hosts.
She however quit the show after co-hosting for three consecutive years.