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ZINASU students granted bail

Takudzwa Ngadziore

ZINASU students granted bail. Nine student unionists who are accused of participating in a gathering with intent to promote public violence after demonstrating at Harare magistrate’s court on Monday appeared in court on Tuesday and were released on bail.

The nine namely Takudzwa Gwaze, 26, from Midlands State University, Brian Zvikomborero Mbirimi, 26, (Bindura University of Science Education), Donald Tatenda Marevanhema ,27, (Mutare Polytechnic), Takudzwa Raynolds Mukono, 23, (Midlands State University), Arnold Mazonde, 23, (Bindura University of Science Education), Talent Jinga, 23,(Chinhoyi University of Technology), Ignatius John Nxobo, 23, (Bindura University of Science Education), Mitchell Lieto,22, (Seke Teachers College) and Nancy Njenge,22, from National University of Science and Technology appeared before Harare magistrate Judith Taruvinga represented by Obey Shava.

They were all released on $2000 bail and were ordered to reside at the addresses they supplied to the police and to the court. Prosecutor Sabastian Mutizirwa alleged that on September 14, the nine and others who are still at large gathered at Harare Magistrates Court entrance blocking the free movement of people in and out of the court.court-Student-Unionists

The police were informed about the disturbances and when they arrived, they observed that the group was still blocking the main entrance of the court, they were all singing and waving banners militantly in solidarity with Takudzwa Ngadziore the Zimbabwe National Students Union president who was appearing on the court for a similar charge, the court heard.

The conduct by the group disturbed peace, security and order of the public, the State alleged. They were ordered to return to court on October 30.

Source – H-Metro

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