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    Gutu businessman refutes allegations of EcoCash fraud


    GUTU - Prominent Gutu businessman Titus Madzingo who runs  Tito Liquids bar has refuted allegations that either him or his employees have been forging EcoCash documents and buying beverages from Delta at Mpandawana in the process.
    Gutu Delta Beverages Manager Wilfred Chinembiri told The Mirror that the company was holding internal investigations and a request for statements from Econet was made.
    Asked for a comment, Madzingo said he was aware of the allegations but refuted them and added that the amount that was being queried is $2 000.
    He said he was in Malawi when the case first emerged and added that his employees had produced the receipts in question to Delta Corporation.
    "I am not the sole owner of this company, it has three directors and I'm not the one who makes payments. How can a big company like Delta be defrauded with this kind of technology?
    "I came from Malawi on Sunday last week and heard that our employees presented the queried receipts to Delta management. We don't have a problem as a company. It must be their internal system that has a problem", said Madzingo
    Chinembiri however, said that the amount being queried was not yet clear as investigations were still going on.
    "I can't say anything on the amount or how the case was discovered because these are still allegations which we are investigating. We haven't reported the matter to the Police yet. I'm waiting to get statements from Econet for all the transactions made so that we can have tangible evidence and place a report ", said Chinembiri.
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