16 Nabbed At Kuwadzana Mjolo Party
Ten men and six women were arrested Saturday night at a mjolo party in Kuwadzana.
Some of the 16 people were caught by police having mjolo in a house owned by Reyn Mabva, 35, following a tip off.
The six ladies are Thokozani Tshuma, 24, Shylet Simba, Lucia Nyakutsikwa, 36, Loveness Zindi, 34, Sithatisiwe Kufa, 21.
The 10 men are Luis Zvanhasi, 24, Daniel Divala, 23, Alexio Chibanda, 41, Munashe Masawi, 25, Praisemore Makuni, 39, Samuel Makore, 37, Paul Nhodza, 35, Reyn Mabva, 35, Mark Tafirenyika, 32, and Edward Kanengoni, 29.
The Sodom and Gomorrah party was allegedly organised by Moleen Mashingaidze who is reported to have posted an advert on a WhatsApp group inviting men to bring US$20 to be accorded a chance to have mjolo with all the six ladies.
Police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed the arrest, saying Mabva faces criminal charges for turning his house into a brothel while Mashingaidze faces disorderly conduct.
“Police have arrested 16 people that include six ladies at a house in Kuwadzana on Saturday night following a tip off,” said Ass Comm Nyathi.
“Some of the partners were found having mjolo and are now facing disorderly conduct.
“Owner of the house is facing criminal charges for turning his house into a brothel.
“The party was advertised from October, 14, 2021 on a WhatsApp group.
“In the advert men were invited to pay 200 bond meant for buying condoms and toiletries and bring US$20 to get an opportunity to have mjolo with all the ladies in attendance.
“They gathered from 10:30pm and police pounced at the party around midnight and recovered a plastic bag full of condoms and US$85,” said Ass Comm Nyathi.
He warned people over engaging in mjolo parties and gathering people to expose them to Covid-19, disregarding set down measures and curfew time.
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