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    Masvingo businessman Omar dies




    SYDNEY MUBAIWA

    MASVINGO
    – Prominent Masvingo businessman Mistopha Omar has died. He suffered a stroke more than three years.
    He was 75.
    Omar died at Makurira Memorial Clinic on Monday this week.
     Joosbi Omar, the provincial secretary for lands in Zanu PF and brother to the deceased confirmed this to The Mirror soon after the burial at Pioneer Cemetery on Tuesday.
    "We have lost a hero in the family, a humble man with wisdom, a unifier and very honest man, we will miss him a lot," said Omar. 
    Amin Omar, late Omar's son described his father as a humble man who kept the family united.
    "We have lost the pillar of the family, he was a humble man who united us all as a family," said Amin.
    The late Omar was born and bred in Masvingo, Eastvale area popularly known as the Indian Garden.  He did his primary education at Helen Mcshie and proceeded to Founders High School in Bulawayo for his secondary education. The late Omar was the owner of Masvingo Halal Meats before he sold it to Montana. He had shares in Amico Wholesalers.
    He is survived by six children and three grandchildren.local news
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