Chombo To Stand Trial For Wearing Zanu-PF Regalia Without Authority

Harare magistrate Victoria Mashamba on Friday set July 26 as the trial date for former Finance minister Ignatius Chombo and his three accomplices, Kudzanai Chipanga, Innocent Hamandishe and Mathew Nleya who will stand trial in a case in which they are accused of wearing Zanu-PF party regalia without authority.

Chombo will also stand trial for contravening sections of the Prevention of Corruption Act on July 18 this year. On August 2 Chombo will stand trial for defrauding City of Harare its property worth $900 000 together with former local government ministry employees Lazarus Chimba, Rejoice Pazvakavambwa and Psychology Chiwanga.

Chombo will also stand trial on August 8 for allegedly defrauding businessman, Chargan Vithal Rama, of $500 000 in company share ownership transfer deal.

More: NewZimbabwe.com

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One Comment on “Chombo To Stand Trial For Wearing Zanu-PF Regalia Without Authority

  1. How is that authority granted? What form does it take? Is it a certificate, some form of oath, ritual …?
    Could somebody shed some light on this lest the multitude povo fall foul should Zanu pf lose the elections.

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