Sungura musician Hosiah Chipanga has expressed anger over police’s delay in executing a court order that directs his nemesis to vacate a piece of and he purchased in 2005.
Chipanga alleges that the wrangle with a female relative of the person who sold him the land in Mutasa has been going on since 2015 when he bought the rural home through an estate agent following a newspaper advert.
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The Kwachu-kwachu hit-maker claims that his nemesis is now erecting a structure. Speaking to Zim Morning Post, Chipanga said:
I reported the contempt of court to the police. She was never arrested. I had obtained a Peace Order against her, which she again breached by scolding me, uttering all the vulgar words on the planet,” said the Kwachu Kwachu hit-maker.
I again reported her to the police and on the court date, she was again nowhere to be found and the court granted me a warrant of arrest. Up to this day, she was never arrested… The woman later applied for a rescission against the default judgement.
Police are now asking him for the location of the estate agent who sold him the homestead 15 years ago saying those were their orders.
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