- Published on 12 December 2012
The talking bird that recently caused commotion at Mbare Musika safely arrived in Chipinge and is now in Sekuru Mudapaviri Ndoro's hands.
Speaking to our news crew two days ago, the Dzivarasekwa cross-border trader Immaculate Chirunga (33), sho was caught with the bird, said:
"The bird arrived safely at Sekuru Ndoro's place the following day. Shiri yakasvika zvakanaka. I was attacked by a strong wind that confused me when I arrived at Birchenough Bridge at around 3am the following day. I later opened my eyes the bird had disappeared," narrated the woman.
Immaculate indicated that Sekuru later confirmed that the bird had disappeared into his possession. She claimed that the US$350 meant for Sekuru Ndoro had turned into a bird. This was meant to ensure that the money got to the sangoma without Immaculate having to travel ton Chipinge.
"On that day after the Mbare rank incident I left the police station to go home to collect the juju and travel to Birchenough Bridge where all this happened. I have invited my mother to help me in this entire situation because I was under pressure as my brother was unhappy."
She also indicated that she was introduced to Sekuru by her boyfriend who was attacked by the 'weird birds' before he died.
"I was introduced to Sekuru Ndoro by my late boyfriend uyo akarohwa nezvishiri akafa," she added.
The woman said the mishap occurred when she was going for introductions to the boyfriends relatives.
"Ndakafonerwa kuti akarohwa nezvishiri achibva afa, as I was on my way to be introduced to his relatives. From that incident I was working with Sekuru Ndoro perfectly until now since he helped me recover my goods from the thieves.
Our News Crew is well informed that Sekuru Ndoro visited Harare via Shurugwi where he was called to help someone who lost his beasts to cattle rustlers.
"Sekuru is in Harare and he proceeded to Shurugwi to help someone recover the cattle he lost to rustlers. I have no problems when crossing at the border post since they just select my bags and let me go. So I am not afraid of anything or anyone," revealed the single mother.
She however, said she has no rest from people demanding to know the whereabouts of Sekuru Ndoro and his contact details.
"People are coming to me demanding help and they think I can help them solve their problems. Many are promising cars and houses if I help them. I have no rest since that day you published the story," she said.
Immaculate, unfortunately, refused to disclose Sekuru Ndoro's mobile number. "I am not giving anyone Sekuru's phone number because he does not deal with strangers."