vice president joice mujuru 23-08-11ed.pngVice President Joice Mujuru has expressed confidence in the investigating team set up to probe the death of Retired General Solomon Mujuru, who died at his Ruzambu Farm in Beatrice on Tuesday last week.

“They [police] have invited experts to invetigate the issue and we are just waiting for them to present their findings,” said Cde Mujuru.

 

Amai Mujuru however expressed surprise at how her husband failed to escape from a bedroom with large windows which their grandchildren playfully used as entry and exit points.

“There are two long windows that if you want to go out, you do not need to jump but to just lift your leg and you are out. So sometimes one would wonder how a military man failed to escape,” she said.

Vice President Mujuru hailed the support she has received from President Mugabe, First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe, cabinet ministers and diplomats at her time of sorrow.

Police Chief Spokesperson, Senior Assistant Commissioner Wayne Bvudzijena yesterday said pathologists, forensic scientists and engineers from ZESA had already recorded statements relating to the ongoing investigations.

Commissioner Bvudzijena said police have channelled all critical resources to enable meticulous investigations on the matter.

Retired General Mujuru died in an inferno at his farm house on Tuesday last week and was laid to rest at the National Heroes Acre on Saturday.