Intruders caught at Mujuru farm

via Intruders caught at Mujuru farm – Nehanda Radio April 26, 2015

Former Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s life could be in danger amid reports that intruders, including suspected state security officials, were constantly being intercepted at her Beatrice Farm.

Three men were caught in the early hours of Friday morning, around 3am. One of them was reported to be a police officer. Two days earlier another man who reportedly appeared mentally unstable was also nabbed at the farm.

According to well-placed sources, the three were taken to Beatrice police station where one of them was identified as a police officer stationed at Harare Central Police Station.

Efforts to get confirmation of the incident from Beatrice police station were fruitless yesterday.

“The three were intercepted at 3am on Friday. They were taken to Beatrice Police Station where one of them revealed that he was a police officer stationed at the Harare Central Police Station. They claimed that they were lost, but did not reveal where they were coming from or where they were going,” said a top Mujuru associate.

Mujuru confirmed the development, but refused to shed more light saying this happened while she was away.

“I was in Harare,” Mujuru said.

Asked if she did not fear for her life, Mujuru said: “That is for you the people to judge.”

The police officer is said to have claimed to the Beatrice police that he took a wrong turn and ended up at Mujuru’s farm instead of turning in the nearby Watyoka area, the source said.

On Wednesday, another man was caught at the farm.

The suspect allegedly pretended to be insane and uttered a lot of issues which people failed to make head and tail of.