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Break-in at MDC leader’s offices


BURGLARS allegedly broke into opposition MDC leader Welshman Ncube’s offices in Bulawayo over the weekend and stole a Nikon camera, the Southern Eye has heard.


MDC spokesperson, Oscar Ncube confirmed the break-in yesterday.

“I can confirm a break-in on Saturday at the party offices and a Nikon camera was stolen. We do not know who the culprit is at the moment as a lot of people have access to the offices,” he said.

However, sources say a police report was made by the MDC staff on Sunday afternoon after they discovered a break-in, leading to the arrest of Desire Nyandoro. The suspect was taken to the Bulawayo Magistrates’ Court yesterday where he was remanded to August 23 after being charged with unlawful entry and theft.

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  1. This is high time for the Zimbabwean leaders, Nelson Chamisa and Emmerson Mnangagwa to burry the hatchets and look for the construction of Zimbabwe.At this juncture the SADC input is insignificance as the regional body is partial.It is biased over a particular party and hate another one

  2. tired of these political stories we too have had these break-in and lost property to these thieves its not an issue that help us built our economy. to hell.

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