“Partson is recovering well, we can even talk now
“Personally, I prefer to keep a low profile, but I guess I have to speak out given the circumstances. It has not been easy for me since that Sunday morning when I received the call from my mother-in-law.
“My mother-in-law called me early in the morning, around 4am, that Sunday, informing me about the accident.
“It was difficult to digest her message. I was shocked and afraid at the same time.
“Partson is a humble guy, which makes him an easy-going husband and partner. He is a loving father and a very supportive husband.
“So, I was wondering why on earth something that bad could happen to a nice person like him. I kept on praying and praying for him.
“We have young children, they need their father. At least the situation is better now, from what the doctors are telling us.
“Recovery is a process, but the doctors seem to be happy with Partson’s progress.
“I have realised one thing: my husband is loved by the Zimbabwean football fraternity. The way Zimbabwe has shown love to my husband in these trying times is really amazing.
“The Jaure family is touched and we are more than grateful. He (Partson) appreciates it.”
“Dynamos have gone out of their way in support of their captain, I thank them for that. The Footballers Union of Zimbabwe, ZIFA and the whole football fraternity have been very supportive in this hour of anguish.”