Fidelis Fengu In ‘Cash for access’ scandal

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By Staff Reporter

Zanu PF  Activist  Fidelis Fengu , who earlier this week  was revealed by State Owned Herald as on the run after being implicated in an immigration fraud  has been reported to have offered VP Emmerson Mnangagwa access in exchange for thousands of dollars ,theZimbabwenewslive can exclusively reveal.

Fidelis Fengu (FF) has been linked to several Zanu PF dirty games including mysterious deaths of senior party politicians — among them retired army General Solomon Mujuru and ex-Mines minister Edward Chindori-Chininga.

Fidelis Fengu  has been linked to several Zanu PF dirty games including mysterious deaths of senior party politicians — among them retired army General Solomon Mujuru and ex-Mines minister Edward Chindori-Chininga.

Fidelis Fengu who  has been linked to several Zanu PF dirty games including mysterious deaths of senior party politicians — among them retired army General Solomon Mujuru and ex-Mines minister Edward Chindori-Chininga is believed to have led a group of Zanu PF  youths  duping would be investors by charging them to facilitate business meetings with Mnangagwa which do not materialise.


In June  this year police visited Emmerson D Mnangagwa (Jnr)  with the names with some of the victims who were conned close to $20 000 allegedly by Fidelis Fengu . Mnangagwa Jnr confirmed the incident.

However Fidelis Fengu, when approached for a comment by theZimbabwenewslive.com denied any involvement.

“Who am I said to have duped? I run a business consultancy : Fidelis Fengu and associates a registered Private Business Corporation, and as a consultant I charge for my time, opinion and advice …. I do not facilitate meetings As for what other people do I do not know and will not comment on their behalf”, charged  Fidelis Fengu.

The revelation that Fidelis Fengu is being implicated in a fraud case in which he is accused of having pretended to be a resident principal immigration director and forged a letter for a Chinese national who wanted a residency permit seems to have further damaged his position. Mr Shu Xiaofeng is reported to have paid $2 500 for the services. Fengu’s other accomplice, Francis Hungwe, has since appeared in court facing fraud charges.

 

 

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