Two Illegal Fuel Dealers Arrested In Mutare, Fined $200 Each

Use EcoCash to buy NetOne & Telecel airtime online. Tap here

Two illegal fuel dealers were reportedly arrested and each fined $200 in Mutare. They were arrested on December 26 after detectives received information to the effect that a group of five dealers was selling fuel for $2.60 per litre.

The duo, identified as Wilbert Shungu and Mountford Sibale was arraigned before magistrate Perseverance Makala. They were charged with selling petroleum without a licence.

The two will each spend two months in jail if they fail to pay the $200 fine. Their three accomplices George Muchinjiko, Admire Rakabopa (27), Freddy Charamba (40), are still to be sentenced.

More: Herald

WhatsApp Discussions

Click to subscribe to a Pindula WhatsApp Group:
https://chat.whatsapp.com/E9P770ffduyIRqPdJKmqbT

If you find the group full, please notify us on +263 777 707 852 and we'll update the link.

Daily Email Brief

Get the top news delivered to your inbox every day.

1 Comment

  1. EASTERN STAR Reply

    Corruption chaiyo, just $200.00 fine???huori of the worst magnitude, why not & $2,000.00 or a custodian sentence in jail??? Some big fish involved izvozvi, NXAAAA

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.