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UK Embassy Keeps Justice Mayor Wadyajena Waiting On Visa

UK Embassy Keeps Justice Mayor Wadyajena Waiting On Visa

The UK embassy has kept corruption-accused ZANU PF Member of Parliament for Gokwe Nembudziya, Justice Mayor Wadyajena, guessing on whether he is going to travel to the United Kingdom or not as it delayed confirming his visa.

Wadyajena had successfully applied for his passport release by the courts a week ago so he could travel to the UK and Germany on parliament business.

Harare lawyer Oliver Marwa told Harare magistrate Taurai Manuwere on Thursday that his client was still waiting for confirmation of his travel to the United Kingdom from the British embassy in Pretoria, South Africa.

The lawyer also said even if Wadyajena fails to travel to the UK, he still has another trip to Germany soon, according to ZimLive.com.

This comes after the controversial lawmaker’s recent arrest with details of his fraud scandal recently splashed in the media for all to see.

Wadyajena is being charged together with his company Mayor Logistics, Cotton Company of Zimbabwe (Cottco) managing director Pius Manamike, Maxmore Njanji, Fortunate Molai, Chiedza Danha, a director of Pierpoint Moncroix Mauritius.

They are accused of defrauding Cottco of US$5.8 million in a money laundering scam.

Wadyajena said he intends to challenge his placement on remand by 13 September.

Njanji also successfully filed for the release of his own passport saying he wanted to go to South Africa for a medical examination.

The application was not opposed.

Manuwere said Njanji should return his passport on September 30.

They were recently granted $100 000 bail each by Harare magistrate Stenford Mambanje.

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14 Comments

Nkust 4 months ago

Hakuna nyika yakadai


Gweks 4 months ago

sure vanhu ava Havana Ganda kumeso


Kule Kule 4 months ago

vanosemesa ava

tongwai 4 months ago

vavakaita navo ndovanosvodesa kuti vabudiswe saka ava hatichasungi


Majority Rule 4 months ago

Double standards, judiciary captured


Maparamuro 4 months ago

British doing the right thing this time.


Majority Rule 4 months ago

Feel sorry for Mary Mubaiwa


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Gweks 4 months ago

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Manikiniki 4 months ago

Corruption affects everyone directly or indirectly. Where it not for corruption maybe you could be someone in life.

WILLIAM SONBOY CHINEMBIRI 4 months ago

I wish if Mayor Justice Wadyajena is refused visa to travel to the United Kingdom because he is a corrupt Member of Parliament who is free today because he is a blue eyed boy of ZANU PF elites.

If Mayor Justice Wadyajena is refused permission to go to Britain, him and his elites in ZANU PF shall realise that the world is watching.

If Britian refuse Mayor Justice Wadyajena visa, I expect Germany to do the same. Justice Wadyajena must stay in his corrupt Zimbabwe.

[ BRITAIN AND GERMANY MUST REFUSE MAYOR JUSTICE WADYAJENA PERMISSION TO TRAVEL TO THEIR COUNTRIES ].

[ I URGE CITIZENS TO REGISTER TO VOTE AND VOTE FOR CCC POLITICAL PARTY FOR REAL CHANGE].

Yours truly
William Sonboy CHINEMBIRI
[ THE BUSH LAWYER ].


Zimcitizen 4 months ago

Wadyajena should be put on the sanctions list.


Injustice of justice 4 months ago

Our judges and magistrates are a disgrace


Jedza 4 months ago

Anonotsvagei kuUK ngaende kuchona mbwa yemunhu


general 4 months ago

He should be added on the sunctions list



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