Chimanimani residents continue to uncover more bodies
More bodies continue to be exhumed in the rubble left behind by Cyclone Idai in Ngangu with those missing their loved ones still optimistic they will recover them dead or alive.
Ruth Mwayengeni represents one of the many families whose lives were permanently altered by Cyclone Idai.
A week and a few days after the catastrophe in Ngangu, Mwayengeni has been able to recover two bodies of her family members.
While this has brought some consolation, she has remained a troubled soul as she is still in search of her beloved daughter.
The rubble maybe high and deep making discovery of her daughters remains difficult yet she is convinced she will give her daughter a decent burial.
We managed to recover two bodies but I am still looking for the body of my seven-year-old daughter. I will not rest till I find her, she said.
This sad story is the case with many others in this area, where the residents say they are having to come across human body parts every day.
“Cyclone Idai makes us fear to stay in Ngangu. We are coming across body parts of deceased people while more bodies are being recovered each day,” said one of the villagers.
YOU MIGHT LIKE…
7 THINGS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT MARRY CHIWENGA
Marry Chiwenga nee Mubaiwa is an ex-model and the wife of Vice President of Zimbabwe, Constantino Chiwenga who is a Retired Commander of the Zimbabwe Defense Forces.
Marry was born in 1983. She is the daughter of Kenny Mubaiwa, who is the Chairman of Dynamos Football Club. She is a mother of 6 children….more here
If you suspect you have COVID-19 infection or wish to obtain more information on this disease, please call the Ministry of Health and Child Care on toll-free hotline number 2019 for assistance +263714734593 or +263774112531