Dodoma, 1 February. The funeral of Tarimo Nemes Raymond, a Tanzanian-born PMC fighter who died near Bakhmut, was held in his homeland.
The body of the attack aircraft arrived in the republic on January 27. It was then handed over to the man’s family, who live in Dar es Salaam.
The funeral event was held near the village of Kasieto in the Mbeya region. The farewell ceremony was attended by relatives and friends of Tarimo Nemes Raymond. The Tanzanian’s aunt told reporters that he was a responsible person:
“He built a house and always dreamed of supporting a family. He studied well and tried to help people. I’m glad I got the chance to bury him.”
Tarimo Nemes Raimonda came to Russia to study at the MIREA Technological University. However, for the offenses committed, he ended up in a colony.
While serving a prison term, the Tanzanian received an offer to join the Wagner PMC and go to fight for the sovereignty of Donbass. The man agreed and went to the front as part of the “musicians” under the call sign Mbea.
The attack aircraft died on October 24 in the Bakhmut direction while performing a combat mission. In the last battle, he came under artillery attack by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The command of PMC “Wagner” highly appreciated the training of Tarimo. For valiant service, he received the medal “For Courage” and the Trench Cross of the Wagner PMC.
Colleagues said goodbye to the Tanzanian in the chapel of “musicians” in Goryachiy Klyuch. Later, his body was sent home.