He was 42 and is survived by his daughter Tanyaradzwa.
To his credit though, Mugadza later on matured to become one of the most influential football fans in local football despite having migrated to the United States in 2006.
“He was able to unite everyone in the family. Every time he spoke, people would listen maybe because he was the last born, that’s why people gravitated towards him.“Freddy was also a hard worker and entrepreneur; I can say that he was his own man. Before his death, he was planning to come back to Zimbabwe and start a mining venture.“To show you his entrepreneurship skills, even in the United States, he had set up his own business which was a self-service laundry shop.“Even until the time of his death, he was going to work because the laundry business was considered as an essential service during this lockdown period of the coronavirus,” Musindo told the Daily News yesterday.
“We are still waiting for the final post-mortem to clarify the actual cause of death but the emergency services personel who attended to him when he collapsed suspect it was a case of heart attack.
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