63 female underwear reportedly discovered at a graveyard in Zimbabwe

63 female underwear reportedly discovered at a graveyard in Zimbabwe

- 6 gang members arrested after a prophet found 63 pairs of ladies' underwear at a graveyard in Zimbabwe

- It was gathered that the 63 pairs of underwear are believed to have been used for money ritual

- The gang exposed a 70-year-old man identified as Handerson Chiwondo as their leader

In Zimbabwe, a gang of six men, have recently been arrested after they were accused of doing money ritual. The men were accused after sixty-three pairs of female underwear were allegedly found at a graveyard.

According to The Nation, the gang was apprehended and taken to a traditional court presided by a chief in Nzvimbo village.

It was gathered that the culprits pleaded guilty to the charges against them. However, after the chief gave the ruling, the man identified as their leader had reportedly fled from the court leaving his members behind.

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The gang members had claimed that 70-year-old Handerson Chiwondo was their leader. It was revealed that the syndicate was only apprehended after traditional leaders summoned Bulawayo prophet, Rutendo Mapurisa, to expose criminals.

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While confirming the allegations, the traditional court chief said six of the culprits pleaded guilty to the charge but one of the accused distanced himself from the allegations, saying he needs another prophet to prove his innocence.

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Court chief said: "Five of the culprits wept in court, pleading guilty to witchcraft so I fined them 16 cattle and four goats since they were initiated unknowingly.”

The traditional court chief added that if the villager is found guilty by another prophet, he will be judged harshly for wasting the court’s time.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a Nigerian job seeker narrated how she escaped from suspected ritualists who were posing as recruiters.

The lady advised other job seekers to be careful when they get interview invitation, especially if it is not from a reputable organisation.

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