Man Who Sold His Boss To Robbers In Chadcombe Robbery Arrested

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Keith T Mambo
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Keith T. Mambo is currently a reporter for ZiMetro News . He focuses on identity politics for The Southern Eye. He was previously a fellow at the UCT University of Cape Town for Political Science.

Man Who Sold His Boss To Robbers In Chadcombe Robbery Arrested

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has arrested the man who sold out his employer to the gang of armed robbers that later on mistakenly stormed the house of a former detective Joseph Nemaisa.

ZRP last week announced the arrest of Shine Tanaka Nyamhunga (21) in connection with the armed robbery incident that occurred at Joseph Nemaisa’s Chadcombe residence on 6th December 2021.

Police investigations observed that Nemaisa’s family was a case of the wrong target as Shine Tanaka Nyamhunga had given his accomplices some information on some cash transactions by a company where he is employed.

He told his accomplices that the money is kept at his employer’s house in Chadcombe.

The employer stays about four to five houses away from Nemaisa’s residence.

The attack on Nemaisa’s residence is, therefore, a case of mistaken identity or target as Shine Tanaka Nyamhunga was in constant touch with Tariro Gora with a view of having his employer targeted by the armed robbers.

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