A Chinese national who allegedly beat up a Mashonaland West traditional leader, Chief Chivero, has been deported.
William Gung reportedly assaulted the chief when he visited a company in Norton where he was employed.
Reports indicate that Chief Chivero brought with him 70 of his subjects who were seeking to be employed at the tile-manufacturing company when the assault allegedly occurred.
Gung’s deportation was revealed by Norton MP Temba Mliswa (Independent) who wrote on Twitter:
The Chinese guy who beat up Chief Chivero has been deported. That’s good news. However, William Gung still needs to be investigated.
Let this be a warning to crooked, abusive investors coming to Norton. The people of Norton are to be respected and I’ll not allow room for anything less.
Below is Mliswa’s tweet:
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