�Fake� lawyer wants State to up its game

Moyo during a previous appearance
Moyo during a previous appearance

Former Zimbabwe Defence Force member Limukani Moyo, who is charged for masquerading as a lawyer to defraud clients and overstaying in Botswana, has pleaded with the Village Magistrate's Court to order the prosecution to speed up its proceedings against him.

Moyo stated that he has spent far too long behind bars while the prosecution has frequently been absent from court proceedings, thus slowing down his case.

Moyo faces 14 counts of obtaining by false pretences and one of unlawfully remaining in Botswana beyond 90 days between October 31, 2012 and June 21, 2017. He said to have been staying in Gaborone for a period of 1,695 days (four years and 233 days).

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