THE Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Monica Mutsvangwa has sent her condolences to the Makamba family following the passing on of television personality Zororo Makamba.
Zororo Makamba, a journalist and son of businessman James Makamba, had been admitted in isolation at Wilkins Hospital in Harare after he became Zimbabwe’s second confirmed case of coronavirus.
Zororo was thirty.
Find Mutsvangwa’s statement below:
I have received the news of the passing on of Zororo Makamba with great shock, extreme sadness and deep sense of shock. He is a victim of the world wide pandemic that is Covid-19.
As the Minister of Information Publicity and Broadcasting Services I constantly and continuously worked with Zororo on his much watched and greatly appreciated State of the Nation program on Zimbabwe Television.
He was a young intelligent and dynamic man that infused talent and passion for his work with intense patriotic pride. He always exuded that confidence in the face of daunting challenges. He communicated with promise and hope in the economic prospects of his beloved Zimbabwe.
I extend my sincere condolences to the Makamba family as well as to relatives and friends of Zororo Makamba.
Zororo will be solely missed! MHSRIIP
As we mourn him the whole nation should take the threat of COVID 1 very serious. Let’s all follow due medical precautions as announced by Ministry of Health and by the World Health Organization.
Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services.
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