Former Dynamos chairperson Philip Mugadza has died, The Sunday Mail reports. Mugadza reportedly died at his home as he was about to be taken to West End Clinic In Harare yesterday.
His death was confirmed to the publication by the publication by his brother Godfrey who said:
Our brother died at home in Gunhill just when he was about to be taken to hospital.
A former Dembare Board colleague Simon Makaza described Mugadza as a peacemaker who was always ready to help:
Mugadza was a peacemaker; he was someone who never wanted to retaliate.Dynamos had no sponsor during our time, but we managed to sail through because we had people like Mugadza who were willing to use their money to help the club.
We were the first executive to take Dynamos to play in the Vodafone tournament in South Africa. We have lost a football man. The guy was too good and passionate about the game. He was a Dynamos son through and through. Anyway, it’s God who gives and takes in His own time. We can only thank God for the time we spent with Philip.
The cause of Mugadza’s death has not yet been revealed.
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