ZIMBABWE football legend, George Shaya, who was laid to rest Saturday afternoon has been described as a unifier.
Speaking at his burial the Director of Sport in the Ministry of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation, Eugenia Chidhakwa said Shaya was a peaceful man who spoke with his ‘legs’.
“Let me say it today that your behaviour when you are alive determines how you will be mourned. If you are a good person, people will leave their jobs and duties to come and mourn you.
“George Shaya was a quiet man, his legs did the talking on the field of play. Until he died I don’t think there is anything we can say was bad about him,” said Chidhakwa.
Meanwhile, Dynamos board chairman Bennard Mariot attended the funeral in the company of bouncers.
Shaya and Marriot did not see eye to eye.