ExQ, Nutty O granted bail

By Patience Nyagato

Musicians Enock Munhenga popularly known as ExQ and Carrington Chiwadzwa also known as Nutty O have been freed on bail after they appeared in court facing fraud charges.


ExQ and Nutty O were freed on five thousand Zimbabwe dollars bail each when they appeared in court this Monday.


Harare magistrate Dennis Mangosi in his ruling ordered the duo to reside at their stipulated addresses, report once every week to the police and surrender passports to the Clerk of Court.


The duo is facing fraud charges for allegedly tendering fake Covid-19 certificates at the Robert Mugabe International Airport.


In their defence, the two through their lawyers told the court that the certificates are legit and they were acquired from South Africa where they were tested.

Still at the courts Netsai Marova was back in court facing charges of Entering a restricted area without the permission of the authority.


Marowa who was freed on four thousand Zimbabwe dollars bail allegedly forced entry Robert Mugabe international airport arrivals halls.


Marova proceeded through the no entry door to the arrivals hall where she allegedly intended to facilitated a Covid-19 retest at the airport for a relative who had just arrived.


The accused has other pending cases before the same court including faking an abduction and publishing false statements.
Marova will be back in court for this case on the 7th of next month.

Still at the courts Netsai Marova was back in court facing charges of entering a restricted area without the permission of the authority.


Marowa who was freed on four thousand Zimbabwe dollars bail allegedly forced entry into Robert Mugabe International Airport Arrivals Halls.

Marova proceeded through the no entry door to the arrivals hall where she allegedly intended to facilitate a Covid-19 retest at the airport for a relative who had just arrived.


The accused has other pending cases before the same court including faking an abduction and publishing false statements.


She will be back in court for this case on the 7th of next month.


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