Peter Moyo, son of the late Sungura musician Tongai Moyo, is reported to have evicted his siblings from the Kwekwe house which was left by his father. He is also said to be refusing to help his brother Obert with his musical career. The late Tongai Moyo lived with his six children from five women: Peter, Nyasha, Obert, Tanaka, Natasha and Nicole. The other siblings are now being looked after by their mothers and maternal relatives.
The situation is chaotic at the moment. Every child that was left by mudhara (Tongai Moyo) in Kwekwe is now staying with their relatives.
Peter captured the Mbizo house for himself and his mother. He has chased everyone else away. I had to be rescued by my mother after I was evicted from Mbizo. The bone of contention is inheritance. I and every other one of my siblings did not benefit anything from the assets dad left but that is not the issue. I want the musical talent heritage. I want the talent.
However, Peter denied all the allegations saying everyone is free to use the Kwekwe house.
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