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Lorraine Guyo acquitted of fraud charges

Lorraine Guyo has been acquitted of all fraud charges after she was embarrassingly arrested on Tuesday morning. The news of her arrest made headlines on social media platforms.

H-Metro reported that she allegedly sold off a car, only for her to send buff bouncers to repossess the vehicle thuggishly.

Lorraine Guyo appeared at the Harare Magistrates Court, looking classy and chic in a lemon green slack costume, white top, and heels, with her hair neatly made. The State declined to prosecute her, indicating that there was not enough evidence to pursue the case. Subsequently, the State released Guyo and gave her back the contentious car.

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ZimCelebs reported that Lorraine Guyo sold a car, and the person failed to pay in full. She was left with no option but to repossess it.

The aggrieved client reported the matter at Avondale Police Station yesterday, leading to Lorraine Guyo’s arrest and detention.

Lorraine Guyo then made an initial appearance at the Harare Magistrates Court this morning, and the case was swiftly dismissed during vetting.

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The complainant was directed to the Harare Civil Court because Lolo did not commit fraud. The State pointed out that this was a civil matter because he failed to pay for the car.

Lorraine Guyo has since been given back the car until the matter is resolved.

In other news – Chamisa is confident he is going to win the Zimbabwe election

More than 10,000 people, many clad in bright yellow, gathered on Monday for a climactic show of support for Zimbabwean opposition leader Nelson Chamisa ahead of tense general elections. The southern African country goes to the polls on Wednesday for presidential and legislative elections, with Chamisa, 45, vying to defeat hardline 80-year-old head of state Emmerson Mnangagwa.

The vote, taking place against a backdrop of discontent at Zimbabwe’s economic crisis, is being closely watched as a barometer of popularity for the ZANU-PF party, in power since independence 43 years ago. Supporters of Chamisa’s Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) gathered on a parched plot of land in central Harare from where the Zanu-PF’s towering headquarters are visible. Read More

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