Local mobile phone supplier sues Chiwenga and Sibanda over unpaid debt

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A local mobile phone supplier, Nafgan Investments (Pvt) Ltd, has sued Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander, General Constantino Chiwenga and Zimbabwe National Army Commander, Phillip Sibanda over a debt of $103 208,91 for mobile phones sold to various army units.

Nafgan Investments approached the court last Wednesday under case number HC10595/16 citing the two top army officers, in their personal capacities, as respondents to the claim, accusing them of reaping commission from the sale of the cellphones at its expense.

Through its lawyers from Mugiya & Macharaga Law Chambers, the cellphone firm said after supplying cellphones to the top army officers between October 2014 and March 2016, later encountered problems when the trio stopped paying for the gadgets although an agreement of sale had been entered into between the parties.

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