Polokwane City striker Walter Musona who was recently taken in by police in connection with a house break-in and armed robbery in Polokwane has said that it was his friend who was using his car.
Explaining to KickOff.com, Musona said:
It’s not me but it’s a friend [Bothwell] that was using my car.
We were chilling at my place, it was late he and wanted me drop him at his place. But I told him that I was a little bit tired and allowed him to go with my car and bring it to training in the morning, and I would make arrangements with George Chigova to go with him to training the following morning because we stay in the same complex.
After about 30 minutes he called to say that he was going to sleep. I also went to sleep but around 5am I received a call that my car was involved in an accident. I tried to call Bobby [Bothwell] but he was not picking up my calls. We went to his wife’s place and she called him on another number. He confessed that he has messed it up. He said he was scared to come back and was heading to Zimbabwe. He dropped the call and promised to call again but he never did. I later went to the police station to write a statement.
Walter who is a brother to former Kaizer Chiefs’ Knowledge Musona has already apologised to friends, family, and Zimbabwe at large.