By Lloyd Takawira
Impala Car Rental company has promised to cooperate with police investigations after one of it’s cars was used in the abduction of Tawanda Muchehiwa.
The white ford ranger (Registration no. AES 2433) was captured by a CCTV camera outside a hardware shop in Bulawayo where Muchehiwa was kidnapped.
The car rental company has come under heavy criticism for allegedly providing cars to the abductors.
In a statement released to the media, Impala chief executive officer, Thompson Dondo tried invain to abdicate from the blame.
“We are concerned that one of our vehicles reg no.2433 was caught on camera . However as a service provider, we have limited control over our vehicles, and what they will be used for as clients are not obligated to disclose vehicle hiring service purpose.”
Impala also promised to cooperate with investigation, which will lead to the arrest of the alleged abductors.
“As Impala Car Rental we are obligated to cooperate with an investigation by the law enforcement agents into the matter so that Tawanda Muchehiwa gets justice.”