Guy impersonating as President Mnangagwa’s son caught hiding in roof ceiling: Video. A Harare man who allegedly claimed to be President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s son Collins, and swindled a South Africa-based Zimbabwean of R136 000 has been denied bail.
Allegations are that on September 28, Nyanguwo called and misrepresented to the complainant that he was the president’s son Collins and had landed in South Africa in a private jet and that he was short of money to refuel his trucks.
He allegedly indicated that he wanted R136 000 to refuel 150 loaded trucks in South Africa and that he would repay the money immediately he got back to Zimbabwe. It is alleged that Nyanguwo instructed the complainant to deposit the money in a Capitec Bank account and he deposited the R136 000.
Allegations are that on September 29, the complainant gave one Edwin Muza Nyanguwo’s number so that he would communicate with him and collect the money at Munhumutapa Building, Harare, as he had been told.
Here is how the guy was caught inside the ceiling of a building in which he was using as his hideout place. Watch video below
Source – MbareTimes
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