Patrick Kombayi’s biography, net worth, fact, career, awards and life story

Intro Zimbabwean politician
Was Politician
From Zimbabwe
Type Politics
Gender male
Birth 2 November 1938
Death 20 June 2009
(aged 70 years)

Patrick Kombayi (2 November 1938 – 20 June 2009) was a Zimbabwean businessman, a former mayor of Gweru and an active member of the Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai faction in the Midlands Province. He served in the Senate of Zimbabwe for the Chirumhanzu-Gweru senatorial constituency.
Kombayi, a student of Robert Mugabe, was the first black train driver in Zimbabwe. He joined Rhodesia Railways after pursuing an unsatisfying career as a schoolteacher. Posted to Zambia, Kombayi became involved with the Zimbabwe African National Union.

Table of Contents

– Assassination attempt
– House of Assembly Elections 2008

Assassination attempt

In 1990, he campaigned against Simon Muzenda but was shot during his campaign. He was left permanently disabled. This wound was to kill him 19 years later. The men responsible for the shooting were convicted of the crime but never spent a day in prison, as they were pardoned by Mugabe.

House of Assembly Elections 2008

In early 2008, he was arrested for defacing a road with two of his election agents.

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