Kasukuwere refuses to vacate rented property

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ZANU PF national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere’s younger brother, Stan, is allegedly refusing to vacate his rented offices in Avondale flaunting his deep political connections.

BY STAFF REPORTER

The property owner, Reverend Robert Mupanduki, told NewsDay yesterday that Kasukuwere had refused to move out of the property located along Argyle Road in Avondale, although he has accumulated nearly $40 000 in unpaid water and electricity bills.

“He is not keen to leave. I started the process of having him out in January as I said I would be back in April,” Mupanduki said.

The cleric said at one time, Kasukuwere’s lawyer, Charles Chinyama, assured him that the politician’s brother would move out on May 30.

“On the 30th of May 2015 I phoned my tenant to obtain the keys for the property. My joy was short-lived when Stanley advised me that in Zimbabwe the law does not apply to him,” he said.

“He went on to say he was well connected within the legal and political circles to a point where he advised me that he was the brother of ‘Tyson’ , who I later found out to Saviour Kasukuwere and (that Stan) was well-connected to the President to the point that he was made the organising secretary of 21st February Movement 2015,” Mupanduki added.

“I contacted him and he said he was at the farm and gave me $93 to find alternative accommodation for the night and I did that. When I contacted him, he said he had consulted his lawyer and that he can’t move out.”

But Kasukuwere yesterday denied the claims saying he was surprised where the accusations were coming from as he had been an honest tenant for the last 14 years.

The house which Stan Kasukuwere is renting at number 16 Argyle street in Avondale

However, he said he needed more time to advise his clients that he was relocating to new premises.

Asked whether indeed he was refusing to vacate the premises and boasting that he had connections, Kasukuwere said: “Not exactly. You can get in touch with my lawyer, Charles Chinyama. I have been his (Mupanduki’s) tenant for 14 years and I don’t know where this is coming from.

“These are the offices I have been using for the past 14 years and I just can’t wake up and say I am moving out without informing my clients. I am hosting a business delegation later this month,” he said.

“The matter is before the courts, but I don’t agree with all these claims. I have built my business on this address. In any case, it’s before the courts and after all it’s a matter with no political influence. I am not a politician and let’s keep politicians out of this matter.”

Contacted for comment, Chinyama said: “That case is pending. It is before (High Court) Justice (Francis) Bere and I can’t comment. It is sub judice and will be found to be in contempt of court if I comment.”

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