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The family of the late Caiphas Kadzutu who passed away on January 3 2016 in the United Kingdom is appealing for funding amounting to £5000 to repatriate his remains to Zimbabwe for burial.
Kadzutu ‘s only son David based in the UK said his father died after he visited the UK to witness his graduation and later fell ill leading to his death there.
David, the deceased’s son, the 5th in the family of 5 daughters said his father Caiphas was born on July 1 1928 and had intended to visited him for his BSc Honours Mental Health Nursing graduation on November 27 2014, the day he got his visa.
“Dad then travelled and arrived here on Valentine’s Day, February 14 2015 for the graduation celebrations and to see his grandchildren” David said. “He then suddenly fell ill due to broncos pneumonia which took his life on January 03 2016 at St Peter’s Hospital in Chertsey. Dad was a widower since 2009 and he passed on as l was in the process of extending his visa.”
David said his father is survived by 5 daughters, only son and several grandchildren.
“We are appealing to raise some financial assistance to about £5000 to repatriate him to his final resting place in Zimbabwe and for his funeral both in UK and Zimbabwe. Any form of donations will go a long way” he said.