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OLIVER “Tuku” Mtukudzi’s widow, Daisy, has urged Agga and Albert Nyabinde to keep their father’s legacy alive.

Bob Nyabinde died on December 23, last year, aged 68.

Veteran journalist Munyaradzi Huni, with the assistance of music promoter Josh Hozheri, compiled Nyabinde’s biography titled “The Headmaster With A Guitar: Bob Nyabinde”.

It was launched last weekend in Kwekwe where the crooner’s memorial service was held.

“I have always taken them as my sons and we have a good history as the two families,” said Daisy.

“When Baba (Tuku) was still alive, he used to refer to Agga as ‘Disaster’ after he broke one of his brand new guitars.

“Baba used to treat them as his kids and that bond is still there.

“It was quite an honour to have people from all walks of life coming here to remember him.”

Daisy was accompanied by her two daughters Samantha and Faith.

“This was the best way to remember the great Bob Nyabinde.

“The fact that his family celebrated in style means a lot to us.

“We will keep on remembering the good teachings we learned from him.”

Hozheri, who was close to Bob Nyabinde, was also hailed for his efforts to unite the family.

The promoter was credited for putting together the memorial show, which attracted scores of people.

Stevie “Dhongi” Makoni, Kireni Zulu and Victor Kunonga performed at the event.

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