‘ExQ’ and ‘Nutty O’ Granted ZWL$5K Bail

Music Superstars, Carrington Simbarashe “Nutty O” Chiwadza and Enock “ExQ” Munhenga were in court today for bail ruling after they were arrested for possessing fake COVID-19 certificates on Friday. They spent the weekend behind bars at Harare Remand Prison. They were granted ZWL$5K bail according to 263 Chat.

They were ordered to surrender their passports and report to the nearest police station every Friday until the matter is finalized. The two were represented by Raymond Savanhu.

Check the video below when they arrived at Harare Magistrates Court:

According to a report by NewsDay the two were reportedly arrested at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport on arrival on June 8 this year after tendering fake COVID-19 certificates to immigration authorities.

NewsDay reported that it is alleged the documents were acquired by the duo in South Africa and were used to board the flight back home. The alleged documents were detected at Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport after the duo successfully used them at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.