Ken Sharpe maintains his 2 791 kilometers social distancing as he donates US$50,000 to towards Covid-19

By Staff Reporter
HARARE – Controversial self exiled West Properties chairman Kenneth Raydon Sharpe recently maintained more than 2000 kilometres social distancing with the Zimbabwe authorities when he donated US$50,000 towards the fight against COVID-19.
The move to donate was viewed as a way to sanitize his shoddy business dealings involving vast tracks of prime land in Harare amounting to over US$1,8 billion.
After the donation Ken Sharpe claimed to have been in the country and met with the Head of State before speaking to the media during the ceremony. However, investigations carried out by this publication revealed that Sharpe was never near Harare.
Sharpe is believed to be hiding in Mauritius with his confidante of Russian origin Tatiana Aleshina doing most of the business on his behalf.
The self exiled Sharpe faces a litany of charges ranging from money laundering and corruption emanating from land deals.
His companies which include Augur Investments OU, West Properties and Sunshine Developmentare under litigation
He has not set foot in the country since 2017 and is on the anti-corruption unit wanted list.

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