The duo spent the weekend in custody after they were arrested for fraud after reportedly producing fake Covid-19 certificates when they returned to Zimbabwe from a South African tour earlier this month.
Musicians EX Q and Nutty O have been granted $5000 bail each by a Harare magistrate. The magistrate ordered them not to interfere with witnesses and to report at their nearest police stations every Friday.
EX Q and Nutty O were also ordered to surrender their passports to the Clerk of Court. Allegations are that on June 8 the duo submitted fake Covid-19 certificates to airport officials on their way back from South Africa at the Robert Mugabe International Airport.
The State has it that the questionable documents were used to board a flight to Zimbabwe but were detected at the airport upon arrival from OR Tambo airport and they are currently being held as exhibits.
Anesu Chirenje appeared for the State.
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