Sekeramayi attends Mugabe private funeral in Singapore

Friends and family members attended a mass for Zimbabwe’s ex-president Robert Mugabe in Singapore on Tuesday after arriving in the country where he died to collect his body.
Mugabe, a guerrilla leader who swept to power after Zimbabwe’s independence from Britain and went on to rule for 37 years until he was ousted in 2017, died on Friday, aged 95.
His health deteriorated after he was toppled by the military and former loyalists in November 2017, ending an increasingly tyrannical rule that sent the economy into ruin.
Family members and officials arrived in Singapore, where he was treated for several months before dying, early Tuesday on a chartered flight.
They are due to fly out with his body at around 8:30 am (0030 GMT) Wednesday, said his nephew Adam Molai.
The group, who included Vice President Kembo Mohadi and former Mugabe ally Sydney Sekeramayi attended a private Catholic mass for Mugabe at the funeral parlour where his body is, officiated by a Zimbabwean priest.