The High Court judgement of where fitness bunny and video vixen Michelle ‘Moana’ Amuli will be buried has been reserved open-endedly to allow the presiding judge more time to go through the ‘peculiar’ issue.
Justice Pisirai Kwenda, who on Monday deferred the matter to Wednesday afternoon, further deferred the matter indefinitely saying that this was the first matter of its kind and required more time to go through relevant literature to come up with a fair ruling.
“I am aware that I made an undertaking that the judgement would be ready today by 14:30, but the matter isn’t a common
one, it is a peculiar case that has never been heard before.
It’s unfortunate that the burial has to be deferred further, but I require more time to go through relevant literature in order to come up with a decision.
My assistant will be in touch with the lawyers as soon as the ruling is ready,” he said. Moana’s mother, Yolanda Kuvaoga, approached the High Court seeking an interdict to have the burial order obtained by Moana’s father, Ishmael Amuli, cancelled so that she can be buried at Zororo Memorial Park.
Amuli on the other hand wants Moana to be buried at Warren Hills Muslim section according to Muslim rites because he raised her in that religion.
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