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17 Sep, 2021 | Posted By: Staff Reporter
Mashura Family Living In Fear Of Dead Daughter That Visits Them

A Bulawayo family is looking for a man who reportedly caused the death of their 22-year-old daughter that died in a car crash nearly three months ago.

The family claims they constantly see visions and hear voices of her accusing them of doing nothing to the man who reportedly caused her death.
The family alleges that the spirit of their daughter says she was killed before her time.

According to the spirit, the driver of a pirate taxi the deceased woman boarded when she met her fate must come and apologise.

Samantha Lwazilwenkosi Nkomo, 22, died at Mpilo Central Hospital after a Toyota Granvia she had boarded on the fateful day overturned along the Bulawayo-Victoria Falls road killing four people on the spot near Insuza in July.

The late woman’s father, Willard Nkomo, 63 and his wife Pamela visited a local publication, The Chronicle and narrated their ordeal in an effort to locate the family of the man who allegedly caused the accident.

They said they wish to meet Marco Mabika from Gutu in Masvingo who was driving the Toyota Granvia (AND 2308) so that they can perform rituals to appease the spirit of their deceased daughter.

“She comes to us in dreams and in visions every day asking why the person who caused the accident is not coming to apologise. She also complains that she was killed before her time. She appears to me, my wife and her sister. It is tormenting us,” said Mr Nkomo.

Due to what they are going through, he said they are now forced to take drugs for them to sleep.

Nkomo made it clear that they do not want any payment from the Mabika family.
“Sometimes we just hear her voice complaining about her death, we hear screams and she asks us what we have done to address her death.

He said they have not been able to get assistance from police to locate the Mabika family.

A member of the Zimbabwe National Traditional Healers Association (Zinatha), David Nduna Mlilo, said he is familiar with such demands made by deceased persons.

“In most cases he said the deceased’s spirit would be seeking to avenge.”

Mlilo said it is critical for the driver’s family to meet the Nkomos for rituals to put Lwazilwenkosi to eternal rest.
A Bulawayo family is looking for a man who reportedly caused the death of their 22-year-old daughter that died in a car crash nearly three months ago.

The family claims they constantly see visions and hear voices of her accusing them of doing nothing to the man who reportedly caused her death.
The family alleges that the spirit of their daughter says she was killed before her time.

According to the spirit, the driver of a pirate taxi the deceased woman boarded when she met her fate must come and apologise.

Samantha Lwazilwenkosi Nkomo, 22, died at Mpilo Central Hospital after a Toyota Granvia she had boarded on the fateful day overturned along the Bulawayo-Victoria Falls road killing four people on the spot near Insuza in July.

The late woman’s father, Willard Nkomo, 63 and his wife Pamela visited a local publication, The Chronicle and narrated their ordeal in an effort to locate the family of the man who allegedly caused the accident.

They said they wish to meet Marco Mabika from Gutu in Masvingo who was driving the Toyota Granvia (AND 2308) so that they can perform rituals to appease the spirit of their deceased daughter.

“She comes to us in dreams and in visions every day asking why the person who caused the accident is not coming to apologise. She also complains that she was killed before her time. She appears to me, my wife and her sister. It is tormenting us,” said Mr Nkomo.

Due to what they are going through, he said they are now forced to take drugs for them to sleep.

Nkomo made it clear that they do not want any payment from the Mabika family.
“Sometimes we just hear her voice complaining about her death, we hear screams and she asks us what we have done to address her death.

He said they have not been able to get assistance from police to locate the Mabika family.

A member of the Zimbabwe National Traditional Healers Association (Zinatha), David Nduna Mlilo, said he is familiar with such demands made by deceased persons.

“In most cases he said the deceased’s spirit would be seeking to avenge.”

Mlilo said it is critical for the driver’s family to meet the Nkomos for rituals to put Lwazilwenkosi to eternal rest.


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