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Detective Kedha arrested once again

Viral renowned social media private investigator Tafadzwa Chidawa, known as Detective Kedha, has been arrested.

Detective Kedha famed for capturing thieves in Harare’s central business district streets and for his new relationship private investigator show has once again found himself on the wrong side of the law.

He was apprehended yesterday for allegedly impersonating a police criminal investigation department detective and for posting a video of a woman he arrested.

Details of his case are still sketchy, however, he is expected to appear in court soon.

Social Media Reactions to Detective Kedha’s Arrest

Detective Kedha’s arrest has sparked a wave on reactions on social media.

Here are some of the reactions;

@Tongesai Seremai

It’s content creation musaisa mafeelings. It might be this guy is a undercover detective. I suspect

@Brandon Fellow;

We as zim we always celebrate the drama not looking close at the aid we were getting

@Michael Mashinge

Kusungirwa munhu anotaura kuti mwana wangu wandakaita miscarriage nxaaa ngavatikwanire

@Harrison Beni;

Magara makamutsoma coz ave kuku kundai kusunga mbavha dzacho

Also Read: Popular social media detective Kedha nabbed for selling car stolen in South Africa

This is not the first time Detective Kedha has been arrested. Early this year, in January, Detective Kedha was arrested for car theft.  The former police officer answered to allegations of stealing a vehicle valued at US$12,000 from South Africa and illicitly bringing it into Zimbabwe.

According to the court case, that Detective Kedha reportedly appropriated a Toyota Hilux double cab from South Africa in December 2022, manoeuvring its entry into the country. Subsequently, he is accused of orchestrating the fraudulent registration of the vehicle with the Zimbabwean plate number AGE 6745. The vehicle was purportedly sold to Melody Kufakwemba for $12,000.

On January 2 of the following year, detectives intercepted the vehicle while Kufakwemba’s son-in-law was driving it. Upon registration verification, it was revealed that the vehicle had been deceptively registered. The authorities impounded the vehicle and confirmed its status as stolen from South Africa upon checking with INTERPOL’s international stolen vehicle database.

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