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Unyetu Primary School Head Dies from Suspected Food Poisoning After Independence Day Celebration

Chikomba – Noah Kagodo (43), the head of Unyetu Primary School in Chikomba, tragically passed away on Friday due to suspected food poisoning. He had complained of stomach discomfort after consuming food at the Independence Day celebrations the previous day.

Kagodo’s wife, Judith Kudzanai Chikudo, confirmed the tragic news by saying that while her husband passed away from stomach problems, there was no postmortem examination performed, thus she was unable to rule out food poisoning from the celebrations.

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“On the way to the hospital, my husband confided in his brother about his misgivings regarding the food he had consumed during the Independence Day celebrations. But we are unable to determine the cause in the absence of a postmortem,” Kudzanai stated.

In the Chikomba District’s Mudoka Village, Noah Kagodo was buried on Sunday. Chikudo, who was very saddened by the passing, remembered Kagodo as a hardworking and creative man. “The family has suffered a great loss with his passing. His absence is profoundly felt because he was a hard worker and incredibly creative person,” she said.

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Kagodo’s three daughters and his wife survive him.

In another story, ‘Alarming Rise’ In Child Food Poisoning In South Africa As 41 Children Hospitalised. More than 41 toddlers were taken to hospital in South Africa on Monday after mistaking rat poison for sweets.

“Upon medical examination, 17 were admitted for overnight observation, while the remaining 24 were discharged home in a satisfactory condition,” regional health authorities for Gauteng said.

Also on Monday, a group of 10 people including eight children were referred to a different hospital in the same province….read in full

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