FLASHY businessman Frank Buyanga eventually returned his ill child to his ex-female friend as the net closed in on him, and jail beckoned Saturday afternoon. Buyanga had become a fugitive from justice after breaking his custody and got entry to the arrangement and his former girlfriend Chantelle Muteswa, with whom he has a son. The businessman had actually become the tables against Muteswa traumatic. She was arrested for contempt after allegedly failing to turn inside the toddler’s passport in compliance with a court order.
Through her legal professional, Munyaradzi Bwanya of Wilmot and Bennett, Muteswa appealed in opposition to a Magistrate Court to release her son’s passport. However, the contempt rate nonetheless stands.
In the period in-between, Muteswa additionally lodged a contempt price against Buyanga, for which the businessman now dangers time inside the slammer.
With Buyanga having vanished into skinny air, a distraught Muteswa on Friday informed newzimbabwe.Com she becomes desperate to have her son back, indicating he becomes unwell. “I am distraught. I have explored all prison options to be had to me and not using a fulfillment. My state of affairs is compounded by way of the reality that the police at Borrowdale Police Station have mainly been opposed to the courtroom order forcing Buyanga to return my toddler with one in all them telling me it is not pressing. Ironically some of them are speaking to Buyanga day by day,” said Muteswa.
At the time, authorities had claimed they couldn’t discover Buyanga or the 4-year-vintage infant.
However, Bwana and his legal companion Lucky Jonas made an ex-parte utility seeking to have Buyanga pressured to return the child. Bwana stated through a few strokes of fortune; the police finally served Buyanga with the court order.
“What ought to in no way be misplaced in all is that the mom of the 4-year-antique is disadvantaged of the lawful custody without a doubt because this man or woman (Buyanga) can break out with it. It creates an impression within the minds of different wealthy and influential people that they are by some means above the regulation,” stated Bwana.
Bwana said he might now move to apply for a warrant of arrest no matter Buyanga having returned the child 24 hours after the order. “We will technique the courts to have our rights enforced,” Muteswa’s lawyer stated.