Correspondent|Vice President Kembo Mohadi’s son, Bruce Nqobizitha Mohadi, was arrested on Wednesday after he was accused of seizing car keys and vehicle registration books from a Harare car sale at gunpoint.
Bruce together with an accomplice went to Covenant Car Sale on Chiremba Road in Braeside on Wednesday evening and demanded to see the owner Jethro Mavangwa. However, the two were unsuccessful in their demand as Mavangwa was said to be away from the office.
Mohadi and his companion then pretended as if they were interested in buying an Isuzu KB300 for $25,000. After being led into an office in order to sign papers and complete the transaction, Mohadi is reported to have pulled out a pistol and pointed it at the female employee demanding to know the exact whereabouts of Mavangwa.
The scared woman, Ruramisai Chikwekwete, spilt the beans on her boss saying that he was in Shamva. Mohadi and his partner also took out handcuffs claiming that they were police officers.
The two men then allegedly grabbed six vehicle registration books and the keys for the Isuzu. They then jumped into the vehicle and instructed Chikwekwete to tell Mavangwa to contact them on a number they had left.
The men were later arrested and they are facing armed robbery charges.