Zanu-PF MP arrested for possessing a pangolin now out of remand prison after spending 3 weeks

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Zanu-PF Nyanga North legislator, Hubert Nyanhongo (60) was released on $200 bail granted by High court judge, Justice Priscilla Munangati-Manongwa after spending 3 weeks in remand prison following his arrest in Chipinge on April 1 on allegation of possession of a live pangolin.

Nyanhongo was ordered to report once a week at Dzivarasekwa Police Station, surrender his passport to the clerk of court in Chipinge and to reside at his given address until finalisation of the matter as part of his bail conditions. He has denied the charges against him and says the pangolin belonged to his co-accused, Samuel Samson, Misheck Satuku and Positive Mutenda.

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