Dhama Is ReleasedMbare Drug Lord Dhama [image; unknown social media]

Mbare Drug Lord Dhama Disappears, Goes Offgrid

A popular drug lord that has been blamed for scores of Mbare youths who have lost their purpose for living due to drug abuse has disappeared and gone off the grid.

According to government spokesperson Nick Mangwana, efforts to arrest widely known drug kingpin, Dhama, were fruitless as law enforcement officers failed to locate him.

Mangwana revealed this while responding to a Twitter user who had asked why Dhama was yet to be arrested.

Meanwhile, there is a Twitter userĀ @CdeNMaswerasei who has been in overdrive namedropping drug dealers, among them controversial cleric Passion Java.

Check out some of his tweets in which he exposed the country’s drug dealers.


This is Dammer (Dhama), the Mbare drug kingpin/criminal who has destroyed youths with drugs. For so long Dhama has been making his own backyard version of highly intoxicating cough syrup (codeine clone) especially during festive season when SA suppliers are closed for holidays. Dhama sells all sorts of drugs and coordinates with bigger drug lords like Java for whom he distributes imported consignments too. They are now part of the syndicate that imports ephedrine sulphate – an alpha agonist/stimulant that activates the sympathetic nervous system.

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Dhama has a full drugs shop with a shed where youths rest and get served in Mbare. Through his Chillspot, Dhama organises free passa passas that are fully sponsored by Passion Java & Zodwa where drugs are sold to youth. Dhama supplies consignment to smaller runners.

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BEITBRIDGE BORDER DRUG FACILITATOR: A K9 @PoliceZimbabwe Officer called MPALA in Beitbridge takes bribes with his team allowing malaichas to bring in drugs & bronco. Malaichais notify him when they’re still kms aways & pay him kuti masniffer asaende kumota dzavo.


The Zimbabwe Republic Police has been on an operation to clamp drug activity. This came into action after eight Dominican Convent High School Students were expelled for possession of drugs.



By Mandisa