Troubles Mount for Former Zimbabwe Police Chief Chihuri

President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government has instituted processes to recover over U.S.$32 million and several properties from former Police Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri. The former top cop, who is now believed to be in self-exile in Malawi, is reported to have created a "criminal syndicated mafia" that siphoned funds for his personal, family and cronies' benefit. Chihuri was in charge of the police force for 25 years before he was unceremoniously removed from the post soon after the removal of the now late former president Robert Mugabe from office.

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