Tsvangirai's girlfriend on police wanted list

Tsvangirai's girlfriend on police wanted list
Published: 19 October 2018 (207 Views)
BULAWAYO'S most wanted? Aqcuilinia Kayidza Pamberi, the woman who made headlines in 2011 for being involved in an alleged sexual relationship with the late MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai is on the police's "hot" wanted list.

This was after a warrant of arrest was issued against her for defaulting on appearing in court to answer to fraud charges involving $5 000.

Bulawayo magistrate Tinashe Tashaya issued the warrant when Pamberi did not appear in court on Monday for trial.

Pamberi initially appeared in court on 13 September, with the matter being remanded to 15 October this year for trial.

The allegations that the court are yet to prove are that Pamberi conned her friend Irene Chinyanda after she misrepresented to her that she knew someone who could assist her with her case which was before the High Court in Bulawayo.

Allegations are that sometime in January this year, Pamberi met Chinyanda in the CBD, where she told her that she was seeking to raise $575 to pay the Deputy Sheriff for a writ of execution for a case that was ruled in her favour at the High Court.

It was then stated that on 16 July, Chinyanda met Pamberi outside a boutique in the CBD, where Pamberi asked about her issue that was in the courts.

Chinyanda reportedly told Pamberi that the defendant in the issue had paid part of the money owed to her and also made an urgent chamber application at the High Court.

Pamberi is then reported to have told Chinyanda that she had a connection at the High Court, who was able to make a follow up on the case.

Pamberi is said to have later phoned the applicant, saying that her contact had checked on the file at the court. On 18 July, Pamberi again phoned Chinyanda requesting for a meeting over the issue.

When they met Pamberi told Chinyanda that the said connection had requested $10 000 in cash, so that he could assist her with the matter.

Chinyanda is reported to have told Pamberi that she did not have $10 000 but had $5 000, which she transferred to her bank account.

Pamberi is then alleged to have phoned Chinyanda telling her that she should instruct her lawyer to go to the High Court and apply for a sit down over the matter.

Chinyanda then requested to meet the alleged contact but Pamberi declined, saying the contact was not at liberty to meet her, assuring her that "all was in order".

On a later date Pamberi phoned Chinyanda telling her that her contact had not seen any opposing affidavits in the said case.

That is when Chinyanda's suspicions were raised and she demanded her money back, saying that she should write an affidavit acknowledging that she owed her $5 000, which Pamberi refused to do.

On 7 August, Pamberi is alleged to have sent a picture of an RTGs, where she purported to have transferred $2 900 to Chinyanda's account.

However, upon investigations it was revealed that Pamberi had actually not done any transaction of that sort but allegedly forged the document.

The matter was then reported to the police, leading to Pamberi's arrest.

- bmetro

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