‘Interpol Has No Zim Soldier’s Record’

Michael Graduate Mutizwa. PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Michael Graduate Mutizwa. PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

The man in court for illegal possession of arms of war and ammunitions of war may not be a former Air Lieutenant with the Zimbabwean army, as originally thought. Infact, Zimbabwean Interpol report has ensured that is denied bail, as the neighbouring country has no record of him.

The Interpol revealed that the name appearing on the suspect’s passport, Michael Graduate Mutizwa, turned out not to exist in the Zimbabwean name database.

This revelation could mean the man is slapped with a charge of obtaining a residence permit using fake documentation.

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Shame on the Police!

According to a press statement from the police, unidentified armed men attacked on duty police officers at the station in the early hours of Tuesday.During the attack, the suspects stole 14 riffles, five pistols and an undisclosed number of ammunition.Although unconfirmed, it is alleged that the suspects were just carrying knives and axes, which they used to scare the men and women in uniform before they took them hostage to help themselves to...

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