Police say investigations into the death of the Commander of Commanders, Retired General Solomon Mujuru are complete, but cannot be revealed as the matter has been referred to the courts for an inquest.It is now two months after the death of Retired General Mujuru and investigations that were underway were concluded, but no official comment has come from relevant authorities.
However, in an interview with ZBC News in the capital, ZRP Commissioner General Augustine Chihuri said investigations are complete but details cannot be provided as the findings are in the hands of the courts which ordered an inquest.
An inquest is a judicial investigation in common law jurisdictions, conducted by a judge, or government official.
The most common kind of inquest is an inquiry including a medical examination into the cause of a death that was sudden, violent or suspicious or occurred in prison.
Cde Solomon Mujuru died on the 16th of August in a fire at his farm in Beatrice.
Meanwhile, Commissioner General Chihuri has urged a peacekeeping contingent leaving for Liberia to be ambassadors of the nation by promoting peace and telling the true Zimbabwean story.
The contingent of 21, comprising twelve males and nine females, is going to Liberia for a year under the auspices of the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping.
Eight officers also returned from a tour of duty in Liberia.