News:Mandi Chimene Invades Farm Belonging To Didymus Mutasa's Former Aide

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A Rusape woman, Christine Murembwe, has accused Manicaland Provincial minister Mandi Chimene of violently invading her farm on Sunday before dumping her goods by the roadside.

On Sunday, Chimene reportedly ordered Zanu-PF youths to break into the farmhouse and throw out Murembwe’s belongings despite a court order barring her from invading the farm.

Speaking to NewsDay Murembwe who previously worked as an aide to former State Security minister Didymus Mutasa, now a founding elder of Zimbabwe People First narrated the incident,

I was at church when it happened, but I hear they came to my farm with a lorry full of youths, commuter omnibuses and several other vehicles. They broke the gate to gain entry and also vandalised the doors at my farmhouse before removing my property. At first, they put it in the yard, but I hear it has been taken to the roadside. I am in Harare at the moment.

On the other hand, Chimene insisted the farm was hers,

They had fraudulently taken it with the help of Mutasa. I was given the offer letter to that farm and she was given a withdrawal letter too.

Read More: NewsDay


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