Gringo also took the time to express his disgruntlement over piracy.
“Piracy is killing us it has destroyed us as well as our livelihoods,” he lamented.
The visit also saw the First Lady and Gringo exchanging some lighter moments.
“I would love to feature you and the President in one of my films especially His Excellency with his famous dance.” Gringo said.
Gringo’s mother, Mrs Agnes Boora and his wife, Tabeth thanked the First Lady for the visit and groceries which included sugar, cooking oil, flour as well as blankets.
“We want to thank Amai for her love, we are humbled by your visit. We also want to thank Zimbabweans for standing with us,” Gringo’s wife expressed the family’s gratitude for all the support.
Gringo, who is recuperating at home after undergoing a stomach operation last week, has promised Zimbabweans more laughter once he is back on his feet.