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The children of Mtukudzi wanted that the rest of their father were buried in the National Heroes Acre. Mtukudzi died of diabetes on Wednesday afternoon at the Clinica Avenues where he was admitted. He was conferred with the status of a national hero by President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Thursday.
The mail and telegraph sources revealed that one of Mtukudzi's aunts insisted that the legend of late music be buried in his village of origin, Madziva. The source said:
The children were pleasant to be buried in the national sanctuary where they would create a trust and their tomb would serve as a monument and tourist attraction for visitors around the world such as Michael Jackson, but one of his distant aunts was not in agreement with them and opted for Madziwa. They had a series of meetings until the children retired and succumbed to the demands of the aunt.
On Saturday there was a tribute concert in honor of Mtukudzi at the National Sports Stadium. His body was transported air by a military helicopter to his rural house. He will be buried at 2 in the afternoon on Sundays in the afternoon.
More: Mail and telegraph
Clinic of the AvenidasAcre national heroes
The Clinic Avenues is a private hospital located on the corner of Baines Avenue and Mazowe Street, Harare, Zimbabwe. More information on the Clinic of the Avenues
The National Heroes Acre is the national sanctuary of Zimbabwe, where national heroes are buried. It was established in 1980 shortly after the independence of Zimbabwe. The area was located in the heart of Harare, in the suburb of Warren Park. Read more about National Heroes Acre
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