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Thigh Vendor Accuses Client of Rape

She demanded a hefty sum of US$3,500 to withdraw the rape allegations

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Thigh Vendor Accuses Client of Rape

In a recent development, the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) reported the arrest of Marshall Ngandu, a Zimbabwean cop, on allegations of extortion.

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Ngandu collaborated with a sex worker, Behaviour Makumbira, to extort a significant amount of US$6,300.00 from a client, Mark Anthony Naidoo.

On 1 April 2023, Mark Anthony Naidoo engaged the services of Makumbira for tlof tlof services, for which he paid an initial amount of US$30.00.

Subsequently, contact details were exchanged between the two parties.

Four days later, on 04 April 2023, Naidoo was summoned to Harare Central Police Station for an interview.

During this encounter, he learned that Makumbira had filed rape allegations against him, allegations that he vehemently denied.

At this point, Officer Ngandu cautioned Naidoo about the potential legal consequences he might face.

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Ngandu, rather unethically, encouraged Naidoo to compromise with Makumbira to resolve the matter amicably.

Thigh Vendor Accuses Client of Rape

Makumbira, in turn, demanded a hefty sum of US$3,500.00 to withdraw the rape allegations, and this money was later shared between Makumbira and Ngandu.

Regrettably, the collaboration between Ngandu and Makumbira did not end there.

They continued to demand various amounts from Naidoo, exploiting the vulnerable situation he found himself in.

Eventually, Naidoo reported the matter to the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) after succumbing to payments totalling US$6,300.00.

Today, Ngandu appeared at the Harare Magistrate court, remanded to 24 February 2024.

Bail was granted US$100.00, and he was instructed to report to ZACC every Friday as a condition of his release.

This incident sheds light on the importance of maintaining integrity within law enforcement and the consequences that arise when officers deviate from their ethical responsibilities.


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