Makore family is concerned with the predicament of limiting the number of mourners who will attend the burial of their 9 years old son Tapiwa Makore who was gruesomely murdered in a suspected ritual practice.
Tapiwa Makore who will be buried on the 27th of this month was allegedly murdered in September last year by his uncle Tapiwa Makore (snr) with the assistance of Tafadzwa Shamba a herdboy in Makore Village.
The Covid-19 regulations are limiting the number of mourners to 30 in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
However, the burial of Tapiwa jnr is likely to attract a large number of people among them villagers, pastors, sympathizers, relatices and journalists.
The wife of Murehwa’s Chief Mangwende confirmed that Tapiwa will finally be laid to rest on Saturday.
”Rufu rwaTapiwa hari tambirike asi totenda Mwari avakuradzikwa kuti azorore musiwe Saturday 27 March.” She said.
She added that the boy will be buried with some some of his body parts missing.
”The burial date is still set for Saturday and Tapiwa Makore will be buried with some of his body parts missing, including his head.” She said.
It was reported that Tapiwa’s remains would be collected from Harare on Friday before burial the following morning.