Photos of Robert Mugabe's computerized casket break the internet

Photos of Robert Mugabe's computerized casket break the internet

- Three photos of Robert Mugabe's casket has surfaced online amid reports that it is a computerized coffin

- According to the report, the computerized coffin can allow his family to watch him on their phone after he is buried

- Zimbabwe's former president has passed away at age 95 and will be buried soon in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe

Former president of Zimbabwe, Robert Gabriel Mugabe has got social media buzzing after photos of his coffin surfaced online.

According to the reports, Mugabe's white-coloured coffin is computerized with a camera attached to it.

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In a photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, the three photos designed in one photo collage show the computerized coffin.

In the first photo, the coffin had a computer fixed on its door as a Facebook home screen page showed on the screen.

In the second photo, a man believed to be the one who built the coffin was seen surfing the computer attached to the coffin.

In the third photo, the coffin, rapped by a Zimbabwean flag was seen been carried as army officers escorted it from the airport when it arrived from Singapore.

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One revelation that marvelled a lot of social media users about the coffin is that the family can be able to see him even after his burial.

According to the report, Mugabe's computerized coffin will allow his family members to see him while in his grave.

His family is said to have an app on their phone which is connected to the coffin as it will allow them to see the dead body of Mugabe after he is buried.

After battling with illnesses resulting from old age, Robert Mugabe died while on admission at a hospital in Singapore.

The former president who ruled Zimbabwe for 37 years died at the age of 95 after getting ousted in a coup in 2017.

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