Pastor Paul Sanyangore’s bouncers Tatenda Nyika (23), Prosper Masango (21) and Prince Kwinjo (21) were granted $30 bail each when they appeared before magistrate Gladys Moyo, who remanded them to July 6 for trial.
The three are accused of assaulting Sanyangore’s cousin Andy Zimunya on June 13 for exposing Sanyangore’s “fake miracles” during Tilda Moyo’s show on Star FM. The court heard that as Zimunya tried to get inside his residence gate after appearing on Star FM, Nyika, Masango and Kwinjo, who were following him, started assaulting him with unknown objects on his ribs. He allegedly suffered severe internal injuries and sought medical attention at an unnamed city hospital and a medical affidavit which was submitted in court confirmed the sustained injuries.
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