Obert Mpofu Appears In Court, Matter Postponed To Next Year

Former Minister of Home Affairs and Culture Obert Mpofu appeared in court yesterday.

Mpofu was summoned to testify in a case in which Chief Felix Ndiweni and his 13 subjects are accused of destroying a villager’s property. Mpofu arrived in the company of Minister of State for Matabeleland North Provincial Affairs, Richard Moyo and his aides, was scheduled to give his testimony yesterday.  Chief Ndiweni alleges that Mpofu was behind their arrest and had influenced the complainant in their matter, Mr Fetti Mbele, to file criminal charges against them.

Mpofu did not testify after Bulawayo magistrate Ms Nyaradzo Ringisai postponed the matter to January 16 next year.

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