The internationally famous stone sculptor and Afro-music singer Bryn Taurai Mteki has blasted the super hero super hero Oliver Mtukudzi to bury the singer at Heroes National Acre.
Mtukudzi died last Wednesday and was named National Hero. This means that he was buried in the national state.
But his family extended the Government's offer that he condemned the Acre of National Heroes; Instead, Mtukudzi was dying at Madziva on Sunday. Mtukudzi family said he wanted to bury him among his ancestors.
Mtekik said the musicians were forbidden to refuse to relinquish the family that was buried in the fight against music, which was buried in the shrine of the state.
"As a musician, I took this decision and as a friend
I also advised the family to talk to me – I did not go away when I made the decision, but when I was hated I heard it.
"In that place, the National Hero Acre is a historical and sacred place. I believe that during these years we feel our pastors buried in our territory as lobbyists, then we can bury ourselves there."
Mteki said Tuku was struggling with the avant-garde, when musicians were given heroic status, he sings the song, Who is Hero?
"He asked why he asked Safirio Madzikatire as a national hero – he fought for the singer's acknowledgment."
Zimbabwean was also hoping to be buried in Tuku from all walks of life and people who were sent to serve this place and sent to the National Sports Stadium on Saturday were the showcases.