President Mnangagwa Mourns Top Lawyer JB Zowa
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has sent a message of condolences to the Zowa family following the passing on of the Deputy Chairperson of the Law Development Commission and Law Reviser of Zimbabwe, Mr Joel Bigboy Zowa.
Zowa died aged 66 in New York, United States of America last Friday where he had gone on government business. The president said that the government shall give Zowa a state-assisted funeral in recognition of his contribution to both the private and public sectors. In his message, Mnangagwa said:
On behalf of the government and the Zanu PF party, on my own behalf and that of my family, I wish to extend our deepest condolences to Mr Zowa’s family following the loss of a father, breadwinner and mentor. May they derive comfort from the knowledge that the whole nation stands with them during their darkest hour of grief and pain.Feedback
Mr Zowa joined the government service under the then Ministry of Local Government as a junior officer in 1970s before rising through the ranks. He at one point served as a Commissioner of the Constitutional Commission.
He is survived by his wife, two sons and two grandchildren.
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May His Dear Soul Rest In Peace
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