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    Problems mount for Chief Chirumanzu as property is attached


    ELLEN MLAMBO
    CHIVHU BUREAU

    CHIRUMANZU – Problems are mounting for Gerald Mudzengi (47) who is Chief Chirumanzu after his Mazda Eagle twin cab vehicle was attached and is now wanted for obstructing the messenger of court from carrying out his duties.
    Chirumanzu was ordered to pay US$1 149, 89 after he impounded Sifile Charadza's beasts following a court case. The court ruled against Chirumanzu and ordered him to return the cattle or pay the above amount.
    The chief then failed to pay the cattle resulting in his vehicle being attached.
    On September 8, this year, a messenger of court went to chief Chirumanzu's homestead at Sanjo Ranch and attached a Mazda Eagle twin cab as per warrant of execution.
    Chief Chirumanzu's wife Grace Mudzengi was served with a notice of attachment in execution and on September 27, the messenger of court proceeded to Mudzengi's homestead to collect the motor vehicle but it could not be availed and also its whereabouts was not disclosed.
    It is then that Chirumanzu was arrested for contravening Section 72 (b) of the Magistrates' Court Act Chapter 7:10 "Obstructing a messenger".
    A report was filed at Lalapanzi Police Station and Mudzengi in his warned and cautioned statement denied having received any attachment papers.local news
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