Mugabe’s N17B casket to prevent decomposition of remains (Photos)

Remains of Robert Mugabe, who died last week aged 95, arrived back in Zimbabwe yesterday after a private flight from Singapore, where he died.

Robert Mugabe’s N17B worth casket has been computerized to the extent that his family can view his remains through their telephone systems after his interment.

The facilities in it will safeguard its remains from decomposition for the next ten years, the London Casket manufacturers revealed.

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Robert Mugabe was Zimbabwe’s first president after the country became independent in 1980. He held on to power for almost 4 decades before being ousted in a coup in 2017.

He will be buried on Sunday after a state funeral on Saturday.

However, his final resting place remains in doubt.

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