Fight over corpse gets ugly at the funeral as Mkwasha beats up tezvara in his bedroom. There was drama when George Amidu, who was married to the deceased Salia Amidu (51) attacked her father Hanock Nkatha at his home and barred his in-laws from viewing their daughter’s body.
Mourners at Bulawayo’s Matshobane suburb were treated to a three-hour “movie” after a melee erupted at the funeral of a woman who died in South Africa.
George is said to have also abandoned the funeral in a fit of rage and went to on to bury his wife without body viewing by mourners. Nkatha said up to today he is not sure if it was his daughter who was in that coffin and whether her body parts were intact or not, assuming she was the one.
George is said to have left the funeral wake at his home in a huff and stormed his in-laws’ home in the same suburb and hurled insults at everyone much to the shock and disappointment of mourners.
“We were really embarrassed as a family. I have been of poor health so I requested that my son-in-law should bring my daughter’s body to my house so that I pay my last respects. For some reason, the simple request turned things nasty.
“At an alarming speed, he skidded to a stop in his car outside the gate and barged into my bedroom. He hurled insults at me and said I was a poor and ungrateful man. He said I should remember that he took care of me when I was sick in South Africa,” said the heart-broken elderly man.
Nkatha said when the argument got heated his son in law poked him with his finger on his forehead and bragged that he did them (family) favour by bringing his wife’s body to Zimbabwe for burial so that he could attend the funeral. A relative had to intervene but George kept screaming obscenities to everyone within the vicinity.
He then changed his mind and decided to bring his wife’s s coffin to Nkatha’s home. “He came for the second time but refused to open the casket. When the family members moved out of the house to receive the casket — my son-in-law appeared to have second thoughts.
With a squeal of tyres, he sped off movie-style and the other cars that he came with, including the one with the coffin, followed suit, leaving the mourners shell-shocked,” said Nkatha. Nkatha’s family then rushed to Kingdom Blue Funeral Parlour to block the burial but the funeral service refused, declaring that they wanted to bury her on a particular day.
He said they then rushed to report the matter to the police. “Police came and tried to talk to them so that we understand each other but they stood their ground insisting that they were going ahead to bury her because they wanted to return to South Africa.
They left us at the parlour and went ahead and buried her,” said the relative. Amidu was reluctant to talk when B-Metro caught up with him. “Salia was my wife. I paid the bride price and I believe you know what that means. All being said and done I did what I wanted! I did not cause a scene but they are the ones who are a problem.
Source – iHarare
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