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“Mnangagwa-Huchi” Chanter awarded US$700 and a House Promise

Bobby Makaza, a convict who was released from jail during the presidential amnesty, has been reportedly promised a house by Deputy sports minister Tinomudaishe Machakaire.

Additionally, Bobby was allegedly given US$700 to help him start a new life.

Minister Machakaire Gives Freed "Mnangagwa-Huchi" Convict US$700, Promises Him A House
Minister Machakaire Gives Freed “Mnangagwa-Huchi” Convict US$700, Promises Him A House
Image Credit: @snowballOfficia/ Twitter

Minister Machakaire’s promise of a house to Bobby Makaza follows his video going viral, in which he candidly expressed his struggles and the challenges of not having a starting point, as reported by Zimcelebs.

After the news was shared, a multitude of individuals expressed their concerns and refrained from celebrating, as they raised questions about the hardships endured by the family of Bobby Makaza’s victim.

­Below are some of the comments on Twitter.

@taruvinga_simba
So after raping a young girl, he gets an amnesty and then a house. So what do we call this?? Grace.
@kingkush263
Is this not Bobby Makaza? He raped a 10-year-old and threatened to kill her with an axe. And he was realised into the same community after just 3 years. He is still threatening them because they got him arrested. This is pure evil I don’t understand how he got amnesty.
@nqobymc
You guys have no shame. This is something to celebrate? Rapists (paedophiles) getting rewarded. At least we know what you all stand for
@DamnGame
We reward pedophiles now? There’s nothing to rejoice here. This is sheer madness, a sham!!!!!

 

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