Zanu PF senator Alice Dube expressed her sadness over Bhekimpilo Ndlovu’s death in her condolence message to his family yesterday. Senator Dube narrated the story of how she met and got to know the late malayitsha cum businessman in her courtesy speech.
Senator Dube also expressed her disappointment when she spoke about the way Bheki, who was shot by a lone gunman at a service station in front of his friend died.
The senator said:
When we first heard about his death, we thought maybe it was one of those random murders considering the crime rate in the neighbouring country. However, my heart sank when I learnt of how he died. It’s saddening to hear about our children committing crime in the neighbouring country.
When they leave here, we expect that they are going there to seek jobs to better their lives. But to hear that they are turning against each other, killing each other, it’s worrying. Why can’t they continue observing the law and respecting the sanctity of humanity as they do while they are here?
To me Bheki is a son. We watched him as he grew up. I even attended his wedding with his wife. They were my neighbours in Pumula South before they moved to this house.
Bheki will be buried at his rural home in Tsholotsho today.
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