Go up and bury your father as he made you swear to do.

The Hebrew that is translated as “Go up, and bury your father, as he made you swear to do” or similar in English is translated in Chitonga as “No, so be it (Pe mbubo, i.e., you needn’t have said anything), go and bury your father.” “For the Tonga, a funeral needs no excuse.” (Source: Wendland 1987, p. 131)