Mnangagwa ally accused of booing Grace Mugabe hands himself over to police

Former Zanu-PF Bulawayo Central district chairman Magura Charumbira (34) who is alleged to be he leader of four people who booed Grace Mugabe during the Bulawayo Presidential Interface Rally early this month has handed himself over to the police.

Charumbira surrendered a week after police announced that they had launched a manhunt for him. He was accompanied to Bulawayo Central police Station by his lawyer Mr Christopher Dube-Banda of Dube-Banda Nzarayapenga and Partners who confirmed to The Chronicle that he had handed himself to the police. Charumbira’s co-accused Mabutho Lucky Moyo (32), Mayibongwe Evans Zvigadza (28), Walter Sibanda (24) and Dephine Dzvange (33) are set to appear at Bulawayo Regional court on November 23 for trial after being released on $50 bail.

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