Zim SA Embassy ask SAPS to arrest & deport Khanyi Mbau’s lover Terrence Mushonga

Zim SA Embassy ask SAPS to arrest & deport Khanyi Mbau’s lover Terrence Mushonga

Trouble in Paradise as Zim SA Embassy ask SAPS to arrest and deport Khanyi Mbau’s lover Terrence Mushonga. The much-publicised new love relationship between South African socialite Khanyi Mbau and Terrence Kudzai Mushonga, her Zimbabwean fugitive millionaire lover is under the spotlight after Zimbabwe police requested their counterparts across the Limpopo to arrest Ndenge Boy(Plane Boy).

Khanyi Mbau’s Zim millionaire boyfriend Kudzai Mushonga “Ndege Boy” faces arrest over 2016 R2.4 million scam. consistent with latest reports, Zimbabwe authorities have announced that Mushonga is needed and has been on the run the past five years. His bench warrant remains outstanding. He reportedly defrauded a prominent Harare Micro-Financier of US$166 000 using fake documents in September 2016.

He went under the radar for years only to resurface last month when Mbau posted his images on her social media pages. Khanyi Mbau and bae Kudzi According to a 2017 Zimbabwe police report “Manhunt for fraudsters,” Khanyi Mbau’s man and his two friends duped Zimbabwe money landers before vanishing into South Africa after getting a bail. The Zimbabwean who was recently revealed as Khanyi Mbau’s latest acquisition stands out together with his flashy lifestyle. Kudzai Mushonga and Khanyi Mbau He drives top of the range Italian sports cars, British and Germany SUVS.

He claims that he makes money out of land business, gas and petroleum logistics, an equivalent trade that made his late friend Genius Ginimbi Kadungure rich and famous. Khanyi Mbau But now it appears his newfound love may need brought unneeded attention to the young businessman who is probably going to be visited by SAPS soon after Zimbabwe Embassy in South Africa requested for his immediate arrest and deportation.

Zimbabwe Embassy officials confirmed to citipress that Mushonga is needed and will be arrested and handed over to face charges. Zimbabwe police spokesperson Paul Themba Nyathi also confirmed that Mbau’s man may be a wanted fugitive who has been on the run since 2016.

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