The late Central Intelligence Orgamisation Assistant Director Zenzo Ntuliki (57), who died on Friday last week, has been declared a national hero.
He will be buried by President Mugabe on Saturday at the National Heroes Acre in Harare.
The Minister of State Security Kembo Mohadi disclosed the decision by Zanu-PF to mourners gathered at the late war veteran’s house in Bulawayo’s Burnside suburb last night.
“I thought I should convey this message to you which isn’t my message but on behalf of party and the Government that this is what we’ve decided about Zenzo. He’s a national hero and we’ve declared him so,” said Mohadi.
He hailed Ntuliki, who was theCIO assistant director in charge of the Western region, for the role he played in the liberation struggle, describing him as an exceptional cadre who rose through the ranks.
The Western region covers Bulawayo, Masvingo, Matabeleland North and Matabeleland South as well as the Midlands provinces.
He said the late hero’s body will lie in state at his house tomorrow before being flown to Harare ahead of Saturday’s burial at the national Heroes’ Acre.
Ntuliki died at Mater Dei Hospital in Bulawayo after a long illness.
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