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Relatives Of The Gogo Mahlahla Speak

Relatives Of The Gogo Mahlahla Speak

Relatives of Gogo Mahlahla who recently made headlines after it was revealed that she spent five days with her dead husband’s corpse have broken their silence.

According to an audio tape circulating on social media, the family felt compelled to speak out in order to disprove claims that the woman’s son, who was also discovered hidden in the ceiling the day the dead corpse was discovered, was a killer.

According to reports, the woman’s kid was last seen more than a dozen years ago.

“We used to see Grant 14 years ago and, after that, Gogo Mahlahla was the only person we would see.

“Taivawona vachibuda nekudzoka vakatakura bag ravo vakapfeka zvechechi.

“Her other children are based outside the country.

“Her husband was last seen in a wheelchair more than five years ago,” said the neighbour.

But the relatives had this to say;

The woman filed a sudden death report to police and the cops discovered the body of her husband in a decomposing state.

They called the Homicide Section to attend the scene. Police had to engage some volunteers to get Grant from the ceiling.

There were fears Grant could be violent since he was not responding to questions from police detectives.

The woman told H-Metro that she married her late husband in 1992, and they had five children.

Grant was the fourth born and is aged 39.

“I joined church after discovering that evil spirits were haunting my family,” said Gogo Mahlahla.

“My husband suffered stroke in 1992 and had been on wheelchair until his death.

“My husband was refusing to accompany me to church to receive prophecies related to our family.

“Ndakaudzwa kuti Grant ndiye akadirwa mamhepo ose. “Andiparadzira midziyo yose inosanganisira geyser, television set and radio.

“He is a possessed man,” she said.

In other news,

Value-Added Tax Deferral Minimum Threshold Raised To $1 Million

 

Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube said that the minimum threshold for VAT deferral has been raised from US$500,000 to US$1 million.

The government approved a temporary exemption from paying VAT on selected capital items imported by enterprises in the manufacturing, agricultural, mining, aviation, transportation, and health sectors.

Ncube stated that the facility was being overused in his national budget presentation for 2023…continue reading

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