Mutodi freed on bail

HARARE - Businessman-cum-musician Energy Mutodi was on Monday morning freed by the High Court from remand prison on $2 000 bail.

High Court judge Hlekani Mwayera ordered Mutodi to surrender his passport, report to Borrowdale Police Station once every week and not to interfere with witnesses and investigations as part of his bail conditions.

He allegedly fleeced desperate Mutare home-seekers of close to $2 million.

Comments (8)

congrats CEO for being free at last. this is a political gimmick it shall come to pass.

magumoacho - 19 August 2013

muchibira vanhu muchiti pane politics?. majaira chimbavha, you don't know what you are talking about. keep quiet kanamusina zvekutaura.

gulalikabili - 19 August 2013

That's the role of the government through the local authorities to make sure everyone has a stand not allowing these crooks getting richer from poor civil servants. Shelter is one of our basic need but in this country its fun. The basic need is to support ZPF and get nothing or an empty bag full of promises. What you can hear from them is fooling the so called educated but unreasoned fellow Zimbabwean saying its because of sanctions while the top guys are looting billions of dollars and invest then in their Eastern favorite countries. We are used too much by ZPF.

Nosmas - 19 August 2013

These stands you are talking about should be USD300.00 or less, we fought for the land.

Sekuru - 19 August 2013

Band rakamumirira they want twavo. Better to remain .mu custody vanhu vari kupenga

kokorigo - 19 August 2013

He should actually rot in prison,he is a great thief

GUTUZA - 19 August 2013

Mutodi is a thief. Fleecing monies from poor civil servants (including security forces) in order to procure the likes of Innocent Mjintu and Shiga Shiga from Peter Moyo. Dhewa is turning in his grave. VaMugabe pindirai munhu afire mujeri.

Gimbokii - 19 August 2013

mutodi uuyu anomboimba chii chaizvoo?

chale - 19 August 2013

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