Mugabe family member opens up on his final days
Businessman Mr Adam Molai, who is married to the late former president Robert Mugabe’s niece Sandra Mugabe revealed that his uncle-in-law died surrounded by family.
“He died very peacefully,” Mr Molai told reporters outside the Singapore Casket building in Lavender on Friday night.
Mugabe’s body will remain at Singapore Casket until it is flown back to Zimbabwe.
Asked if Mugabe died from cancer or because of his age, Mr Molai said: “Age.”
On Mr Mugabe’s last words, Mr Molai said that
“Not many people speak as they’re dying, it’s not what happens”. ”
But yes, during the course of the week, yes, we were talking to him,” he said.
Mr Molai added that there are no plans to move Mugabe’s body until next week.
Any further updates would come from the Zimbabwean government, such as whether there would be a state funeral for Mugabe.
Mugabe had been battling ill health, and after his fall from grace , his stamina seeped away rapidly.
He was hospitalised in Singapore for months for an undisclosed ailment.
No further details were immediately available about the circumstances of his death.
When The Straits Times visited Gleneagles Hospital, where Mugabe had been known to visit for medical treatment, a van belonging to Singapore Casket was spotted near the mortuary accompanied by several people, including a man in a dark suit with a Zimbabwe flag pinned to his lapel.
“Respect our privacy at this time,” one of the men said as hospital security staff kept journalists away.
Molai alsorrevealed he was in hospital only this week.
As for what treatment Mr Mugabe was receiving in Singapore, Mr Molai said:
“You know, as everybody ages, they naturally have afflictions that come with age. Normal afflictions of age. So it wasn’t anything abnormal.”
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