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8 Zimbabweans placed on Interpol’s most wanted list

Eight Zimbabweans have been placed on Interpol’s most wanted list, allegedly for committing offenses that include terrorism, corruption, human trafficking, and escaping from lawful custody.

The eight Zimbabweans on the most wanted list are among 7 022 criminals who have been placed on Interpol’s Red Notice, according to Sunday Mail.

The International Criminal Police Organisation’s Red Notice is a request to law enforcement agencies worldwide to locate and provisionally arrest a person pending extradition, surrender or similar legal action.

The List:
1). Miriam Bwanali: she allegedly kidnapped a month-old baby at Montagu Spar in central Harare over two years ago. Bwanali evaded arrest during a police raid on her home and is believed to have skipped the country to South Africa. She was also implicated in the kidnapping of two other children, a boy and a girl, who were rescued by police in Mutoko, where she was alleged to have taken them for safekeeping at a relative’s homestead.

2). Tanaka Rusike (34) from Gweru: he allegedly brutally killed his wife and left their six-month-old son suckling from the corpse. Rusike, who has been on the run since December 2017, is accused of killing his spouse, Nozipho Tecla Mpofu, in cold blood.

3). Moreblessing Mavuso (46) from Bulawayo: she is wanted by police in Eswatini for fraud and corruption. According to Eswatini media reports, Mavuso, who was married to former parliamentarian Machawe Mavuso, disappeared soon after she was charged with making fraudulent payments while working for the country’s Finance Ministry as an assistant accountant.

4). Bornface Madunusa (35) from Gokwe: he is wanted for murder.

5). Xolani Dube (27) from Tjitji in Mangwe district: wanted for escaping from lawful custody.

6). Tumelo Moyo (27) from Gwanda: wanted for escaping from lawful custody.

7). Andrew Ndlovu (31) from Gweru: wanted for murder.

8). Travor Manata (43) from Hwedza: wanted for murder.

In other news – l was not arrested but called by the police; said Shingi Munyeza

Prominent local businessman Shingi Munyeza says he has not been arrested as suggested by reports but was invited to the police over a civil matter. After that, he went back home.

“I’m at home right now; it was a civil matter. I went to the police and came back home.”
“It’s a civil matter; someone is trying to use the police as a debt collector,” Munyeza said.Learn More

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