07 Jan, 2020 | Posted By: staff reporter
Mary Chiwenga Family General Chiwenga Tawombera Mawoko Lets Talk As Family

The family of Vice President Constantino Chiwenga’s estranged wife, Marry Mubaiwa Chiwenga, have begged the General for negotiations. This was revealed by Marry’s United States of America based uncle Hannington Mubaiwa via Live Video. Mubaiwa’s appeal came a few hours after Marry was after more than 3 weeks incarceration

Mubaiwa appealed to Chiwenga’s softer side saying that since the couple has 3 children together, they will remain tied no matter what happens with the divorce proceedings. He also called on Chiwenga’s principal, President Emmerson Mnangagwa to intervene in the high profile matter.

Marry and the Vice President are going through a tumultuous divorce which has turned nasty. The embattled former model is facing numerous allegations which include,  six counts of illegally externalizing funds well worth over one million United States Dollars, five for money laundering and one for fraud where she allegedly forged a marriage certificate. The charges allege that without Chiwenga’s consent. She is also facing charges of attempting to kill the Vice President when he was critically ill in South Africa.

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The High Court has ordered the wife of Zimbabwe’s vice president to pay $10,000 bail on charges of attempting to kill her husband Retired General Constantino Chiwenga.

Marry Mubaiwa was also asked to surrender her diplomatic passport, Highlands home offered by her father Kenny Mubaiwa as surety and reside at her present address.

On charges of money laundering and externalization of millions of dollars, Judge Pisirai Kwenda ordered her to pay $50,000 bail.

She is accused of allegedly attempting to kill her husband while he was hospitalized in South Africa last July. She is denying the charges.

Her attorney Advocate Sylvester Hashiti, said, “The High Court has accepted our request for bail for our client on allegations that she wanted to kill the country’s vice president.

“On this charge, she was granted 10,000 Zimbabwe dollars, ordered to surrender her diplomatic passport and title deeds and reside at an address to be given to the court.

“On charges of externalizing money she was granted 50,000 RTGS bail. We are currently trying to pay the bail to ensure that she is released from remand prison as soon as possible.”

The case is expected to resume on January 14th.




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