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Martin Dinha Injured During Shootout With Armed Robbers, Police Confirm Incident

Martin Dinha Injured During Shootout With Armed Robbers, Police Confirm Incident

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has confirmed a shootout involving National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) board chairman Martin Dinha and three suspected armed robbers in Greendale, Harare.

According to a statement posted on the official ZRP Twitter page, the Dinha was armed with a CZ pistol when the shootout occurred at corner Leander and Metcaf Roads around 10.40 PM on Tuesday. Reads the statement:

The ZRP is investigating a shooting incident which occurred on 26/07/22 at around 2240 hours at corner Leander and Metcaf Roads, Greendale, Harare.

Advocate Martin Dinha was involved in a shootout with three robbery suspects who were armed with a machete and a suspected AK47 rifle.

Advocate Dinha’s firearm, a CZ Pistol accidentally discharged resulting in him being shot in the leg.

In an unrelated development, police have confirmed two road traffic accidents that claimed the lives of six people and left dozens injured along Rusape-Nyanga Road just after midnight yesterday. Police said:

The Zimbabwe Republic Police confirms a fatal road traffic accident which occurred at the 50 km peg along Rusape-Nyanga Road after London Stores on 27/07/22 at around 0030 hours.

A Mercedes Benz lorry carrying avocados, bananas and 16 passengers failed to negotiate a curve and landed on its right side.

Six people died on the spot while eight others were injured (one critically and seven seriously).

The injured were taken to Bonda Mission Hospital for treatment. The lorry was on its way to Harare.

Meanwhile, another DDF lorry failed to negotiate a curve along the same road at the 76 km peg at around 0000 hours while carrying avocados, bananas and 17 passengers en route to Harare.

The lorry landed on its right side injuring the 17 passengers, ( five seriously).

The injured were taken to Nyanga District Hospital for treatment.

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21 Comments

theZebra 2 months ago

ndoochii nhayi


bhuru 2 months ago

i CCC

Kule Dhambi 2 months ago

Ko kwahi zvadiniko nhai mzukuru?

Kule Dhambi 2 months ago

Ko zvadiiko nha


??? 2 months ago

Zanu Pf at work


VYBZ KARTEL 2 months ago

Get away ukufunga chese chakaipa choitwa ne Zanu pf

Handizi John Chibadura 2 months ago

Haha haha haha haha haha haha haha. Makakanganwa ma safety settings mukairegedzera isati yananga.


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Greyhora 2 months ago

@robertruine dont you have somethi g better to do.Stop behaving like a toddler. We dont have time for your games.Grow up you fockin cunt


Jojo 2 months ago

Ko ndeipi iyo plz monitor & block vanhu vakadaro topedzerwa data fr nothing


Jonso 2 months ago

Data ripi m b u d z i

Chikanda 2 months ago

Dai akazvipfura msoro zvaiva nani, manje gumbo nxa risingaurayi


Mr Politician 2 months ago

attempted murder yakaitwa Martin Dinha weZANU PF noone was blamed deni zvakaitika kuzvivanhu zvaChamisa paPindula ingadai ichingori noise nevanhu ivava


Mr Politician 2 months ago

@chamhamha so chii chakaita kuti azvipfure

Mr Politician 2 months ago

what if he was forced to shoot himself we know you Chingwa chemwana chaora CCC kuti kana iri ari weZANU mhosva ahina muridzi asi kana ave wechingwa chemwana chaora mhosva inopiwa ZANU why

Chamhamha 2 months ago

@politician attempted murder kudiiko hanty akazvishooter ega. Pane akaisa nyere pagumbo pake here

Kule Dhambi 2 months ago

you mean attempted suicide?

Thomas Mapfumo 2 months ago

🎸🎺🎸🎹🎹🎤
hurukuro hunge wapotswa iweee
🎶🎶🎶
hooo hoye hoye
🎸🎶🎶🎶
nyamutamba ne gidi wabayiwa


Tit 4 tat 2 months ago

Rega zvife. Kuba kwanyanya


deny 2 months ago

Martin is full of drama remember 2013 akaburitsirana pfuti naMelusi vachirwira mukadzi wemunhu Martin ndewe madzimai azvishamise akaburitsa pfuti achida kupfuura munhu obva anzi shootyourself with your gun


Gafa 2 months ago

Dinha anoda kuto****hwa nemapurisa kuti ataure chokwadi his story is lacking substance


1 month ago

0773xxxxxxx



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