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Like I said in my earlier posts I met Foster Gumble soon after I had been released from Prison. I was going through what had been worst experience in my entire life. I did not know who to trust a lot of the sheer number of bad things that had happened. There were two energy companies which were interested in buying the GPM technology. I was seriously considering disposing of the technology, I had suffered a lot because of it. All I really wanted was peace and nothing more.

Later on Foster called me and we spoke at length about the GPM. I was amazed at how comfortable I felt with Foster and Kimberly. It was as if I had known them prior to talking to them. In one of our Zoom call I therefore invited him to come to Zimbabwe and validate the GPM. Several months after I had extended the invite, Foster flew into the country with the esteemed Engineer Nils and the film crew to validate the GPM. At this point I again I found myself in a dilemma. I was very confused because I had been told not to trust Foster as well as other unsavoury things. I had to tell Foster that I had been advised not to trust him so he should go back to the USA along with his team.

All these initial hiccups aside. The fact of the matter is that despite being visited with the military before the vetting day we later find ourselves then worked together. Here we are today at this auspicious stage with one common goal which is to change the world and make it a better place. I have never met a man with a heart such as Foster so so humble. A lot of people have been killed because of this kind of disruptive technologies. However, Foster and Kimberly have steadfastly protected me from the time I met them to date. I learnt so much from these two phenomenal human beings who are so kind, patient and dedicated. I am at loss of words to adequately express what a great couple they are. I am eternally grateful to them


We were investigated by all security agencies, many felt threatened by our business. We were questioned on the source of our funds, our partners, other governments, companies we were doing business with and some rubbished us. Only few, reputable and respected Zimbabwean scientists and physicists stood with us. For Africa to develop we need to be the producers and not only the consumers then support our own. “The graveyard is the richest place on earth, because it is there that you will find all the hopes and dreams that were never fulfilled, the books that were never written, the songs that were never sung, the inventions that were never shared, the cures that were never discovered, all because someone was too afraid to take that first step…”Les Brown


In early 2013 our team successful approached the Government of Angola about our National Security solutions and in that same year we were honoured with an opportunity to meet, the likes of the Commissar General for Police, Air-force Captains, Air Commodore, Ministers, Permanent Secretaries and later, His Excellency, the President.

We offered them our new product which would connect them to Databases of CVR, CID fingerprints, VTS and Licensing Bureau. So we bought a BMW and installed our remote surveillance solution and a computer in it. Live HD video and voice feed would be streamed in about max 100m/a to the Traffic Command Center to curb corruption, and also monitor issuing of tickets on traffic offenses, vetting of drivers licenses direct from police cars.

What they are trying to do now is a solution we came up with in 2013 and it has been working since. Remote surveillance solution



Just the starting sequence of a helicopter it is something. So one day my 10yr old son came into my office and said "dad can you teach me how to fly?" It's just amazing how this generation can catch things ? They are too fast and they are so passionate mainly in challenging things.

Today he can do the pre-flight checklist then starting sequence ALONE, can you imagine? To monitor all those instruments OAT, IAT, just to understand the N1-N2 then programming of the flight management computers all those waypoints, altimeter and heading settings etc. Just the starting sequence it is something and this next generation will be unstoppable they will do wonders, they are so passionate. #Catchthemyoung


In 1999 the radio broadcasting transmitted was live on FM 97.3Mhz the first successful project. Though it was illegal to own a radio transmitter or broadcasting without a license, I made headlines on national TV and Radio News. lol it was a long and painful journey but God took us through. I always cry when I think of where I came from, I see the hand of God Almighty (Numbers 23:19) Do not despise the days of your humble beginnings!