The late fitness trainer Michelle “Moana” Amuli’s remains will be buried tomorrow (Thursday), her younger sister, Tatenda Gudza has revealed in a post on Instagram.
Moana’s burial was delayed after the family failed to identify her remains during preliminary postmortem procedures and were awaiting DNA analysis results.
Gudza however, did not disclose whether the DNA results which they were expecting after 25 November had been released. In earlier interviews, she said Moana’s remains will be interred at Zororo Cemetery, Harare.
Moana died on Sunday, 8 November in a car crash which also claimed the lives of the flamboyant businessman, Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure and two of his friends, Limumba Karim and Alichia Adams.
Ginimbi’s Rolls and Royce car was forced off the road by a Honda Fit in Borrowdale, Harare, and hit a tree before bursting into flames.
Only Kadungure was pulled from the wreckage shortly before he died while the three passengers died in the inferno and their remains were charred beyond recognition.
Moana died at the age of 26 and reports indicate that she was 6-months pregnant. She is survived by her daughter, Tyra.