DEC impounds Controversial Bugatti

DEC impounds Controversial Bugatti


The  Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) has seized the controversial Bugatti which was brought in the country by Zimbabwean conman to evade tax.

DEC says it wants to make sure that the extra luxurious sport car does not breach any money laundering laws.

Background :


***He only paid K41, 000 as duty, far much less that he spent on flying the car in.

Zambia Revenue Authority documents show that the much talked about high value car, the Bugatti Veyron was brought in by Zimbabwean Businessman based in Johannesburg and Dubai,
Ian Chamunorwa Nyarungwe Haruperi. In Lusaka he operates as a loan shark.

On the ZRA Documents, it shows that the car is older than 5 years as he only paid K41,000 as duty.

ZRA last year revised and standardized duty charged for second hand cars . Duty of vehicles are no longer attached to value. (But this is only on paper as ordinary people are still paying exorbitant fees. Only rich thieves like this one are favoured this system.

Haluperi has probably brought in the car to register it in Zambia but take it to South Africa or Zimbabwe as it

The vehicle was airfreighted and brought in through Emirate Airline and landed at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport on Monday.

Iam Chamunorwa Nyarungwe Haruperi is the same loan shark who grabbed a mansion from Kalusha Bwalya.

In 2008, Kalusha Bwalya borrowed US$26, 000 from Haruperi and put his mansion in Woodlands as collateral. He failed to pay back. Haruperi
Took the house. Kalusha went to court but lost the case.

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