Former Warriors manager Rafik Adams involved in US$70k fraud charges

State of the Nation News reports that former Zimbabwe National Football Team manager Rafik Adams is set to appear in court facing fraud charges of US$70 650.

He will appear in court on 21 September after failing to pay for getting his warehouse at corner Coventry and New Castle Road in Workington renovated by businessman Benson Muneri.

The cost for renovations was agreed for US$465 146-95 and the payment was agreed to be made in instalments.

“Sometime in April, 2021 to February 2022, the accused person would advise the complainant to raise acknowledgement receipt of the instalments due before he handed over the money and the accused would fulfil the agreement when the complainant wanted to be paid the outstanding balance of US$70 645.

“The complainant then went to the accused’s office to collect the outstanding balance and the accused person started to give false promises he later became evasive. The total prejudice is US$75 645 and nothing was recovered,” reads the statement.