Mutodi seeks removal from remand in Mnangagwa poisoning case

Businessman and musician, Energy Mutodi, who is facing charges of communicating false statements after allegedly implicating Sydney Sekeramayi and David Parirenyatwa in the poisoning of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, yesterday said he will soon apply for refusal of further remand if the State fails to provide him with a trial date when he appeared before magistrate Elisha Singano.

Magistrate Singano postponed the matter to January 29, 2018, saying he would consider Mutodi’s request on the next remand date. Mutodi also faces another charge of insulting former President Robert Mugabe and causing disaffection among members of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces.

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