Wadyajena had dragged Tagwirei to the High Court of Zimbabwe over some fuel tankers’ rental debt, accusing the latter of illegally using fuel tankers from his company, Mayor Logistics, which resulted in a loss of business and damages to his trucks. The order endorsed by the High Court on Tuesday reads:
Take notice that the action having been orally withdrawn with no order as to the costs and with consent of the first, second and third defendants at a pre-trial conference hearing before the Honourable Justice (Felistus) Chatukuta on 10 October 2019, plaintiff hereby formally withdraws this action with no order as to costs.
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In recent weeks, Wadyajena had taken his ‘fight’ with Tagwirei to cyberspace, sensationally claiming on Twitter that Tagwirei and his wife had fled the country to the United Kingdom to avoid arrest for money-laundering.