Robson Sharuko’s daughter buried

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Scores of people gathered at Glen Forest Memorial Park in Harare to pay their last respects to 21-year-old Mimi Sophia Sharuko, the eldest child of The Herald Senior Sports Editor Robson Sharuko. Mimi, the only daughter of Robson and his wife Florence died last Friday after a short illness.

Zimpapers group chief executive Mr Pikirayi Deketeke said it was sad for any parent to lose a child. “You might be famous as a writer but we all do that for our children, so that tomorrow we have something to show. It is a great loss to you Robson and your wife but it is God’s will and we cannot find the right words to comfort you. Only God will comfort you.

“You did your part to try and have your daughter get better. At work, we will stand by you during this trying time and I encourage all his colleagues at work and from the sporting fraternity to be with him so that he is able to recover,” said Mr Deketeke.

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Mr Deketeke also thanked everyone who supported and assisted Sharuko during this difficult time. Mimi was Robson’s “apple of the eye’’ and very close to her father’s heart. Speaker-after-speaker described Mimi, who was now in tertiary college, as a child who was loving, sweet and full of life and had blossomed into a fine young lady.

Mimi Sophia Sharuko

 

Zimpapers group chief executive Mr Pikirayi Deketeke said it was sad for any parent to lose a child. “You might be famous as a writer but we all do that for our children, so that tomorrow we have something to show. It is a great loss to you Robson and your wife but it is God’s will and we cannot find the right words to comfort you. Only God will comfort you.

“You did your part to try and have your daughter get better. At work, we will stand by you during this trying time and I encourage all his colleagues at work and from the sporting fraternity to be with him so that he is able to recover,” said Mr Deketeke.

Mr Deketeke also thanked everyone who supported and assisted Sharuko during this difficult time. Mimi was Robson’s “apple of the eye’’ and very close to her father’s heart. Speaker-after-speaker described Mimi, who was now in tertiary college, as a child who was loving, sweet and full of life and had blossomed into a fine young lady.

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