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Last Photos Of Prigozhin Alive Materialise – Funeral Could Take Place Today



The final pictures of Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin, who was allegedly killed in a plane incident near Moscow last week, have emerged.

Prigozhin was seen posing for selfies with locals in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic – just one of many African nations where the Wagner Group is deployed and has carried out a large number of war crimes.

The mercenary leader and former close ally of Putin, was photographed surrounded by locals who appeared thrilled to meet the Russian terrorist, posing for pictures and shaking his hand.

Prigozhin was seen snapping selfies with locals in what was allegedly Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic

Shortly after, Prigozhin went to Mali where he once again donned military fatigues and clasped a rifle, filming propaganda for the Wagner Group’s efforts to ‘make the whole continent of Africa happier’.

‘We are working… the temperature is above 50 degrees C, just how we like it… Wagner makes Russia greater on all continents, and Africa more free,’ he declared.


The mercenary leader, who had traded his typical military fatigues for plain civilian clothes, was surrounded by beaming locals

Days later, he was killed in a plane crash widely considered to have been an assassination as retribution from Putin after Prigozhin and the Wagner Group staged a short-lived mutiny in June.

The pictures are believed to be the last of Prigozhin before he died in a plane crash last week

Meanwhile, the Kremlin has confirmed that Russian President Vladimir Putin will not attend the funeral of former Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin, with sources claiming that a sudden rise in the presence of security in Moscow could indict that the funeral is set to be held today.

Russian investigators have now claimed that Prigozhin and top members of his infamous Wagner group died in a plane crash, weeks after leading a two day failed mutiny against Russian military leaders.

“The president’s presence is not planned,” Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Tuesday. “We do not have any information about the funeral. After all, the decision on this matter is made by family and friends,” he said.

Law enforcement officers have been seen today guarding a St Petersburg cemetery, with security tight around the entrance to the Serafimovskoe cemetery this morning. Some people were pictured attempting to enter the graveyard with flowers.


The heightened security at the cemetery has led to speculation that Pirgozhin will be buried today, yet no official confirmation has been issued.

Read the full story about the potential funeral here.


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