Dr Joice Mujuru’s NPP Dragged To Court Over Campaign Regalia Debt Worth $9k
National People’s Party (NPP) President Dr Joice Mujuru and her party’s secretary-general Gift Nyandoro have been dragged to court over a $9 000 debt.
The two NPP leaders, who separately ordered 2 000 branded T-shirts from Kingsport Investments for the purposes of election campaign have been taken to court following their failure to settle the balance after they paid part of the amount and left a balance of $9 000.
Kingsport delivered the T-Shirts in batches end of last year. The first batch of 1 600 T-shirts was delivered to NPP on September 28 while another batch was delivered later.
Kingsport is claiming a balance of $7 200 from Dr Mujuru for the 1 600 T-Shirts and $1 800 from Nyandoro for the other 400 T-Shirts.
A Harare magistrate once issued a default judgment against NPP and its leaders but it was cancelled.
Kingsport’s lawyers, Nyika Kanengoni Legal Practitioners filed a court application at Harare Civil Court seeking reinstatement of the default judgment.
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