Jay Prayzah, Killer T detained at RGM Airport for ‘fake’ Covid-19 certificates

Zimstar News

Popular local musicians Jah Prayzah, Killer T and their band members were Monday night held at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport for allegedly possessing fake Covid-19 certificates.

The entertainers were returning from South Africa where they had performed at Adam Molai’s birthday party.

Molai is a South Africa based Zimbabwean businessman.

The fate of the musicians was not clear by the time of publishing this story.

In June 8 this year, popular dancehall artiste Carrington Simbarashe “Nutty O” Chiwadza and pioneer urban grooves artiste Enock “ExQ” Munhenga were also arrested at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport on arrival after allegedly tendering fake Covid-19 certificates to immigration authorities.

They were also coming from South Africa and had successfully boarded the plane from OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.