‘Ana Afā Fesimaka Moimoi funeral details released

Tongan mum who was a victim of a fatal stabbing incident in Australia will be farewelled at the first week of the New Year.

‘Ana Afā Fesimata Moimoi

‘Ana Afā Fesimaka Moimoi died on Thursday 21 after she was allegedly murdered by her neighbour, Dorothy Jane Downie, in her apartment in an up-market suburb of Brisbane.

A prayer service for the 43-year-old  mother-of-one, will be held this Saturday at the George Hartnett Metropolitan Funerals, 783 Zillmere Rd, Aspley.

An All Night Prayer Service will be held on Tuesday, January 2 at 5pm at the Geebung Uniting Church , 59 Simla Ave, Geebung.

On Wednesday 3, according to the family, Moimoi’s funeral service is expected to be held at the Geebung Uniting Church.

She is expected to be laid to rest at the Nudgee Cemetery at 10am, 493 St Vincents Rd, Nudgee.

Moimoi was allegedly stabbed before she was taken to the Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital, where she died.

The 55-year-old suspect has been charged with murder and enter dwelling with intent.

Downie’s matter was mentioned for the first time in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Friday.

Daniel Hannay, of Hannay Lawyers, said police had raised concerns about his client’s possible capacity issues as she had some history of “ delusions of grandeur and psychosis”, the Courier Mail reported.

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