Wife turns against Zim ex-soldier

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A former air lieutenant with the Zimbabwean National Army who was arrested early this month for illegal possession of arms of war and ammunitions, suffered a blow to his case yesterday after his wife testified that he should not be granted bail as he was a terror to her.

Michael Graduate Mutizwa had called for his wife to be a surety and testify that he could be trusted. Advancing his reasons to be granted bail, Mutizwa said he was married to a Motswana woman who was present in court and would bear witness to his trustworthiness.

He told the court that he had reconciled with his wife who at one point had intended filing for divorce.

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