Family and friends of the popular Chipinge traditional healer Sekuru Ndunge who died yesterday have described the late as a world icon who unified and helped people regardless of their social standing.
Chipinge is perhaps popular not only because of the economic nurture of the town but also as the home of Sekuru Ndunge Makuyana, who was well known for providing fortress services for those in need.
The ZBC News crew visited the homestead of the late Sekuru Ndunge who passed on yesterday at the age of 90 and evidence of popularity was showing through the fleet of cars and multitudes gathered to mourn the late traditional healer.
His elderly son Jabu Ndunge described his father as a down to earth character who during his lifetime helped over 2 million people not only from Zimbabwe and Africa but the world at large.
A fleet of vintage cars that surround Sekuru Ndunge’s homestead was enough proof that the man was as his other son Tendekai described.
Sekuru Ndunge will be buried at his Southdowns home in Chipinge. He is survived by 12 children and countless grand children.