The funeral of Tarimo Nemes Raymond, a Tanzanian citizen who fought near Bakhmut as part of the Wagner PMC and died while performing a combat mission, took place in Goryachiy Klyuch.
The African came to Russia for higher education. Later, he stayed in a colony due to a crime committed. The guy accepted the offer to join the ranks of “musicians” there and went to the NVO region under the call-name “Mbea” to protect the interests of the Russian Federation and the sovereignty of the Donbass.
Tarimo died when he came under enemy artillery fire while performing a combat mission on October 24. The command of the PMC “Wagner” has repeatedly spoken positively about the skills and heroism of the attack aircraft. For bravery in battle, he was awarded the “For Courage” medal and the Trench Cross of the Wagner PMC.
The warrior’s funeral was held in the “musicians” chapel located on Hot Key. His body will soon be sent home.
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