Zanu PF Youths bashed by bouncers after attempting to gain free entry at Winky D’s album launch. The show was held at Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) on New Year’s Eve. The rowdy group arrived at the venue wearing Zanu PF regalia comprised of T-shirts and scarves. They went on to demand free entry into the show, but the bouncers at the venue entrance would have none of it.
A group of suspected Zanu PF youths were bashed by bouncers after attempting to gain entry into Winky D’sNjema album launch without payment. According to reports by New Zimbabwe, the bouncers bashed the young men who were forced to flee after being overpowered.
Inside the HICC, another group of suspected Zanu PF youths tried to cause chaos when Winky D was performing, but the attempts were drowned out by the crowd of 5000 who had also graced the event. Winky D also had a tight security detail for the album launch as his stage was manned by scores of bouncers just in case violence broke out.
The Ministry of Information also issued a statement dismissing reports that government had ordered the State-run Power FM station to cancel an interview that Winky D was scheduled to have with them. According to reports, Minister of Home Affairs, Kazembe Kazembe cancelled a scheduled press conference to discuss Winky D’s show.
The police is also reported to have called the artiste’s manager, Jonathan Banda for questioning and a petition by unknown sources to the Censorship Board for the show to be cancelled was lodged. According to Winky D, his new album Njema, is meant to free the minds of his fans and it does not carry any hidden political message.
Source – iHarare
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