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Police Confirm Muvevi's Extradition From Mozambique

Police Confirm Muvevi's Extradition From Mozambique

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has confirmed Jaison Muvevi’s extradition from Mozambique.

Muvevi, a former policeman allegedly shot dead three people and critically injured another in Wedza on 13 January before his arrest in Mozambique on 16 January.

ZRP national spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi on Tuesday evening said Muvevi had been successfully brought back to Zimbabwe. Said Nyathi:

Reference is made to the ZRP press statement on the arrest of the murder suspect, Jaison Muvevi in Mozambique on 16/01/23.

The ZRP confirms that the suspect has been successfully repatriated from Mozambique and is now in Mutare.

Nyathi said Muvevi was on his way to Harare ahead of his court appearance adding more details will be provided in due course.

Muvevi allegedly shot and killed Crispen Mubvana Kanerusine (62), a self-styled prophet who was operating from a Johanne Masowe shrine at Negombwe Village in Wedza.

He shot the elderly man at point-blank range right in front of his congregants after he allegedly gave him a prophecy he did not like.

Muvevi’s second victim was Wedza officer in charge Inspector Maxwell Hove (43) who was unarmed and sitting in the front passenger side of the police truck.

He shot the police officer three times, killing him instantly, before targetting Detective Constable Tendai Mugova who was armed with a CZ pistol and had taken cover under the police truck.

Police said Mugova was shot three times – on the left hip, stomach and right shoulder, but survived the shooting.

Muvevi then disarmed the police officers, took their guns and jumped into his vehicle and sped off towards Goto.

Muvevi’s third victim was a 20-year-old bartender, Munashe Mujanhi, who he shot and killed for unknown reasons.

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Choopisaa 2 weeks ago

vanogadzira ma movies hero basa!!🤪 gadzirawo action movie kubva nhau yemhondi iyi

chibhanguzaa 2 weeks ago

ZRP kubata hayo ichiri better.

Big 2 weeks ago

Kkkkkk tsano yakabata ani apa

Sir Zimbabwe 2 weeks ago

@Big kkk usadaro kkk hapana chanzikwa

former cid 2 weeks ago

"Muvevi’s second victim was Wedza officer in charge Inspector Maxwell Hove (43) who was unarmed and sitting in the front passenger side of the police truck."how can a senior officer go to a crime seen unarmed vavana nano proromotwa vat vari vambishi ava officers do not make silly mistakes idzi munopera

2 weeks ago

Mapurisa akafa aka****...too much beating up opposition party members...Zrp yese misuri yenyu

2 weeks ago

Thank you Mozambique police for helping us, our officers here are used to deal with unarmed vendors Especially women and elders.

Vinicius Jr 2 weeks ago

Sure kupfura muporofita bcz hanzi wandiporofita kt ndakaromba

mlambo naume 2 weeks ago

zviriko wani


Tintin 2 weeks ago

I see him escaping from prison...tight security please

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Cid 2 weeks ago

ndanga ndichiona ma pics ake pa social media kkk 3 ma cuffs kumakumbo apa kumaoko vakamuisa dzeku back kkkk

Gcee 2 weeks ago

Haaaa uyu atogadxira prison break chaiyo

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