Ritual Murdered Mrehwa Boy’s Uncle Threw Huge Party On The Day Of His Disappearance

Reports have emerged that murdered Tapiwa Makore’s uncle, Thanks Makore, and his family threw a huge party at their house in Damofalls, Ruwa on the day of his disappearance.


Thanks, Makore is the fifth person to be arrested in connection with the murder of 7-year-old Tapiwa Makore, who was killed for ritual purposes in Mrehwa.

He is also the twin brother of Tapiwa Makore Snr, the victim’s uncle, who was arrested earlier last month, after being implicated in the murder of his namesake, together with the cattle herdsmen, Tafadzwa Shamba.

Yesterday there was a spectacle in Damofalls when the investigating police officers drove up to Thanks Makore’s home to try and dig up the missing head.
Ritual Murdered Mrehwa Boy’s Uncle Threw Huge Party On The Day Of His Disappearance
Ritual Murdered Mrehwa Boy’s Uncle Threw Huge Party On The Day Of His Disappearance

The demonstrating Damofalls residents who were watching the whole scene said Thanks Makore and his family threw a party on the day Tapiwa went missing.

“We were surprised because we knew about Tapiwa’s murder and we knew he was the family’s close relative. How could someone celebrate at a time there was family bereavement. A big cake was delivered on the day and there were celebrations. We don’t know what the celebration was all about, whether it was a birthday party or just a party.”

Thanks, Makore and his wife are reported to be investing in Mrehwa and had built a shop which is yet to open.

“They were now spending considerable time in Mrehwa where they built the shop,” said another neighbour.

Unfortunately, after the digging and bringing in of the cadaver sniffer dogs from the K9 unit, Tapiwa Makore’s head still hasn’t been located.


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