Judge To Determine Moana's Burial Plans

Moana's families are feuding over her funeral ceremony

By  | Nov 24, 2020, 05:05 PM  | Drama

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According to Newsdze Zimbabwe Moana's funeral plans will now be handled by high court judge Justice Pisirai Kwenda. The judge will issue out a ruling as to how her funeral will be carried out on Wednesday.

It has been weeks since Mitchelle "Moana" Amuli's passing but she has not been buried yet. This is because her father Ishmael Amuli wants her funeral to be done under his Islamic religion. This will mean that her mother Kuvaoga as a woman, will be not allowed during the burial ceremony. She wants to bury her daughter at Zororo Cemetary.

Read more: Moana's Family In Feud Over Her Body

The burial plans for the late Moana were sideswiped last Wednesday, 18 November as her father's side of the family halted the issuance of burial order. The father Ishmael Amuli argued that, as the father, he had a right to be involved in the whole process including DNA tests that were conducted without his prior knowledge. The feuding parents and relatives are said to have been sent to Doves to iron out the differences.

Her mother Kuvaoga wants to stop her father from getting any sort of power over her and it is now left to the judge to determine the way forward.

Tatenda Amuli who is Mitchelle "Moana" Amuli's sister announced that her sister would be buried last week Thursday but there have been major delays ever since.

Before this, Moana had her funeral being delayed AGAIN because authorities could not identify her remains after her and other 2 victims were burned in the car. However, DNA test results for the burnt remains of Mitchelle ‘Moana’ Amuli, Lumumba Karim Cazal and Alichia Adams were finally concluded and released to the CID Forensic department by the National University of Science and Technology’s (NUST) Applied Genetic Testing Center.

Moana, Karim and Alichia died in a tragic car crash along Borrowdale road, together with socialite Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kadungure on the 8th of November. 

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