“Mugabe must go” pastor in court for wearing national flag

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Pastor Philip Mugadza who was last week cleared of a of criminal nuisance charge was in court again facing allegations of abusing the national flag after he was arrested for wearing the national flag around his neck and a helmet inscribed “Enough is enough” while shouting at the top of his voice.

Mugadza, who is being represented by Obey Shava from the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights, appeared before magistrate Ms Gamuchirai Siwardi and was remanded to December 13. Prosecutor Ms Francesca Mukumbiri alleged that on November 18, Mugadza while at the intersection of Nelson Mandela Avenue and Sam Nujoma Street in Harare, unlawfully and intentionally possessed the Zimbabwean flag for political mischief.

More: Herald

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