Chivhayo Denounces Circulating Voice Messages as Fabricated

By Staff Reporter

Controversial businessman Wicknell Chivhayo has strongly denied involvement in controversial voice messages that have been making rounds on social media, which imply his undue influence over state officials and facilitation of corrupt payments.

In a robust rebuttal, Chivhayo dismissed the recordings as fake. “I categorically refute, deny, and dismiss with contempt, recording the voice messages in question. I have never, at any material time, recorded the alleged voice messages, neither have I transmitted such to anyone.”

Chivhayo suggested the messages were generated using advanced technology to tarnish his reputation, and he accused Mike Chimombe and Moses Mpofu of being behind the smear campaign.

He described them as “overzealous extortionists and fraudsters” with no legal basis for their demands.

Chivhayo firmly denied any business relationships with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, the Department of Immigration, or the Zimbabwe Republic Police.

“These Government entities are available to confirm this position,” he said.

He expressed regret for the potential damage the false messages may have caused to sensitive government offices and officials, emphasizing his respect for the public figures implicated by the recordings.

“The fake voice messages, coupled with previously circulated fraudulent documents, are cluttered with political innuendos and undertones,” Chivhayo noted.

He reaffirmed his support for President E.D. Mnangagwa and the First Family, highlighting his contributions to the ED UNZA Scholarship and the Angel of Hope Foundation.

Chivhayo pledged to assist in a thorough investigation by state authorities to uncover the truth.

 “I wish to restate that I am a law-abiding citizen and businessman of international repute who upholds the highest level of integrity in all my business transactions,” he said.

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