A UFI church woman has turned to social media accusing a couple of duping her of more than US$11 000 in a botched cement deal.
Elvis Chigazira and his wife Tafadzwa Chibare are alleged to have duped their fellow church member Pervia Chigwida of US$11700 in deal to import cement from a neighbouring country.
Chigwida and her brother Talent Lungu posted the couple’s wedding photograph on social media and UFI church group appealing for anyone who may have knowledge of where they could be found.
She also alleges that the two had changed their contact numbers and had been ignoring Chigwida’s calls.
According to H-Metro Chibare admitted to these differences with Chigwida but also said the figures have been overstated.
“We are not in hiding or not answering calls as alleged.
“Pervia was aware of our deal to import cement from a neighbouring country and the agent of that country failed to supply our full order.
“We lodged a police report against the agent and docket was opened at Chirundu Border Post and Pervia is aware of that.
The couple said Pervia’s money is US$5000 not US$11700 she posted on social media.
In other news, iHarare reported that thigh vendors in the town of Macheke, Mashonaland East are crying foul after realising that they will not be able to cash in on proceeds of tobacco farmers, who are traditionally some of their best patrons.
This comes as the wives of the tobacco farmers have taken to accompanying their husbands to the tobacco auction floors to ensure that they can account for all the money real