A Zimbabwean woman who allegedly recruited people in a drug smuggling syndicate was reportedly killed in a hotel in China.
However, there is also a theory that reports of her death might be aimed at getting her underground and assume a new identity.
The drug queen is believed to be the one who recruited four Zimbabwean women who are facing 20 years in Mauritius after they allegedly smuggled 1,487 kg of heroin worth R22 million in their bellies and bags.
Reports filtering from sources close to the family say Blessings Tafadzwa who was married to one Kenneth Mutsena based in South Africa was found dead by cleaners in a hotel in China.
Sources said that she passed through Zimbabwe before she traveled to China where she was seen by a South African man in the hotel.
It is stated that cleaners found her dead after noticing she had spent considerable time without coming out of her room.
It’s being said a man was seen coming from her room and never returned.
Blessings Tafadzwa who fled to China used to work as a Secretary at Christ Embassy in Johannesburg.
She is the one believed to have organised the T-shirts the women were wearing and told them to lie to custom officials that they were going to a Roman Catholic church conference. People commenting on social media think Tafadzwa could have been killed by the drug lord she worked with after her cover was blown.
Many Zimbabwean women are being used as drug mules to Mauritius and various other countries.
The ever increasing economic hardships in Zimbabwe have pushed many people into taking up risk activities to sustain their families. In the era of 'slaying' and 'bling bling' 'economic quagmire', many have signed their souls away in pursuit wealth. While some are driven by genuine poverty, others just want a quick way to a 'Java Lifestyle'.
some info from hmetro