A Zimbabwean man took advantage of the desoerate times his fellow country man go through in foreign countries.
It has become very difficult for Zimbabwean nationals to secure work and study permits in foreign countries.
Adrian Murira, who is a third-year student in the faculty of Medicine at the University of Zambia, saw it as an opportunity to enrich himself. And he went all out to get the money.
Adrian has been fingered for allegedly swindling desperate Zimbabweans in Zambia.
He approaches them claiming to be well connected with the Zambian Home Affairs office and even has fake receipts to support his claim.
He also claims to have connections in the accommodation industry and he poses as an estate agent to Zimbabweans.
More than five Zimbabwean students are believed to have lost considerable amounts of money to the scheme, triggering a campaign against him, at the campus.
The group has taken to social media to expose Adrian as a fraud so that other Zimbabweans do not fall victim to his shenanigans.
He has since deleted his social media accounts.
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