Samantha Dzapata’s alleged married lover Clementine Muza has broken his silence and responded to claims made against him by Ximex dealer Tafadzwa Murengwa popularly known as Boss Pangolin.
In an audio that did the rounds on social media, Boss Pangolin claimed that Muza was having an illicit affair with his girlfriend Samantha.
Boss Pangolin shot and killed his girlfriend Samantha Dzapata before committing suicide by drinking a poisonous insecticide.
In an exclusive interview with a local tabloid, Clementine Dzapata responded to claims made by Boss Pangolin. He denied dating Samantha. Muza further claimed that he was in Beitbridge on the day Boss Pangolin alleged that he had taken Samantha to a lodge in Harare.
Clementine Muza said:
Tafadzwa had been suspecting that I was dating Samantha, which was not true. He even suspected me of taking her to a lodge in Harare on the day he shot her, but I was here in Beitbridge where I work.
Muza claimed that Boss Pangolin phoned him on the day before he shot and killed Samantha Dzapata. Clementine Muza said the late Ximex dealer warned him against dating Samantha but he informed him that they were not having an affair.
Clementine Muza confirmed that his family stayed at the same house as Samantha and her sisters. He said:
He phoned me a day before this incident warning me about dating Samantha, but I told him that there was no affair between us. My family only stayed at the same house in Waterfalls with Samantha and her sisters
Meanwhile, the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has said they are still investigating the case in which Tafadzwa Murengwa popularly known as Boss Pangolin fatally shot his girlfriend.
A section of Zimbabweans would have assumed that the case was closed after news that Boss Pangolin had committed suicide on Saturday.