The late National Hero, Brigadier General James Jotham Murozvi who died last Thursday has been laid to rest at the National Heroes Acre in Harare. President Robert Mugabe spotted a new haircut (zuda) which caused quite a stir of Twitter.
Addressing mourners, President Robert Mugabe said the fact that the national hero abandoned his teacher training course to join the liberation struggle showed that he was dedicated to the cause of the country. He also said the late national hero was full of respect unlike others who abuse their war credentials. He said after being seconded to the Ministry of Welfare Services of War Veterans, War Collaborators, Political Detainees and Restrictees, he never complained as he knew that the Zanu PF party leads ahead of other things.
Brigadier General Murozvi collapsed and died at his home in Harare on Thursday. He was suffering from diabetes for some time.
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