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Crispin M'simbe (front) and Arthur Mube practice their Sunday Morning 9am prayers while they wait for Patson to get ready. Crispin was a major football star in Zimbabwe, yet after becoming increasingly politically involved in the MDC he was targeted by the ZANU-PF youth militia, after numerous beatings he was told to leave the country or he would be killed. When moving to the UK he turned to drugs and alcohol, effectively withdrawing from society until Zimbabwean community leader, Patson Muzuwa, took him to church and drop-in centres. Crispin now bases his entire existence around the apostolic church, yet his experiences still strongly affect him. He has now been diagnosed with Mental Health Issues, much like his brother who now stays in a Mental Asylum in Leicester.