Vice President Kembo Mohadi’s brother Steven Dugish Mohadi died on Saturday at Trauma Centre Hospital in Borrowdale, Harare after some illness. He is survived by his wife Emma, six children and five grandchildren. Burial arrangements are yet to be announced. Mourners were gathered at Number 8 Victory Avenue, Greendale.
President Mnangagwa yesterday offered his condolences to the Mohadi family. Mnangagwa who was accompanied by Vice Presidsent Constantino Chiwenga, visited the Mohadi family home and offered a State-assisted funeral to the Mohadi family. He consoled the family, encouraging them to be strong during the time of mourning. He also offered to assist the family left behind.
President said he had to stop Mohadi, who is still receiving treatment in South Africa, from coming to mourn his brother as a way of allowing him to recover. Said Mnangagwa:
We had to stop him from coming. Since the late Steven is also our brother, we decided to assist him from this end while he recovers.
Kembo Mohadi is a Zimbabwean politician who is the Vice President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and second secretary of Zanu-PF. Mohadi is a member of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (Zanu-PF) where he is a member of the Central Committee and Politburo. He... Read More About Kembo Mohadi
Borrowdale is one of the residential and commercial business areas found in Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe. It is located a few miles from the the city centre on the north east of the capital. Read More About Borrowdale
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