Stuff: Father’s moving tribute to murdered Zena Campbell

Chris Campbell, the father of Zena Campbell, thanked the crowd and gave a moving tribute to his daughter at the vigil at Civic Square on Tuesday night reported Stuff.

About 100 people attended Tuesday’s vigil for Zena.

The event opened with a karakia by takatāpui group Tīwhanawhana.

A moment of silence was observed for Zena, followed by speeches from Brian Dawson and Fleur Fitzsimons, Wellington city councillors, and Green MP Jan Logie.

Chris Campbell briefly addressed the crowd to thank them for their attendance.

Wellington City Council arranged to light up the Michael Fowler Centre in blue, pink and white lights to commemorate Zena. It has arranged for a condolence book to kept at its reception area for a while, so the public can send messages of support to Zena, her friends and family.

SOURCE: Stuff: "She was my best friend': Father's moving tribute to murdered Zena Campbell