Zimbabwean nurse dies in UK toilet-suicide

NORWICH, United Kingdom – A 40 year old Zimbabwean man Lameck Nyatsanza has died in England in an apparent suicide and his body found in his mother’s toilet.

Lameck Nyatsanza, was found by his brother with a ligature tied to his neck, but a drug overdose is believed to have killed him.

Nyatsanza, a nurse, owned the Falcon Care Nursing Agency in Norwich – employing dozens of Zimbabweans in the area.
Friends said he had recently become estranged from his business partner wife of 15 years before he was found dead on March 21.
Police are not looking for anyone else over his death.

Friends said Nyatsanza, who has brothers in Northampton and Hertford in England, and the United States, had recently moved out of his matrimonial home — a sprawling mansion in Dussindale Park, Norwich.

On the day he was found dead, he had visited his mother who moved from Zimbabwe in 2008.

“He took some time in the bathroom until his brother went to check on him. They had to force the door open and were confronted by the grim discovery,” a family friend said.

Nyatsanza had no children with his wife, a British national who has a daughter from a previous relationship.
He was a member of the Jehovah’s Witness Church.