Jah Prayzah aid dies
30 October 2017
FORMER Jah Prayzah head of security, Crispen Nyemba, yesterday died in a road traffic accident.
He was 42.
Police deputy spokesperson Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi confirmed the accident saying the BMW vehicle had five people on board when the accident occurred on Sunday in Belvedere.
“The Zimbabwe Republic Police would like to confirm the death of two people in a road traffic accident along Samora Machel Avenue near TelOne Centre of Learning around 5am yesterday,” said Chief Supt Nyathi.
“The BMW vehicle with five people veered off the road and hit a precast wall and two people died while three were injured,” said Chief Supt Nyathi.
Jah Prayzah manager Keen Mushapaidze said they learnt of the death with shock.
“We were shocked to receive news that Crispen died. We worked with him for some time before he left the band,” said Keen.
Family spokesperson Tamburai Nyemba described Crispen as a loving father who will be greatly missed by the Nyemba family.
“We have lost a loving brother and father who was so unifying that the gap he left will not be replaced,” said Tamburai.
“Funeral arrangements will be announced in due course and mourners are gathered at his house in Warren Park,” he added.
Crispen is survived by his wife who is expecting a baby and three kids.