Ruling on the trial of Morgen Komichi will be handed down on the 21st of this month after the state wrapped up its case. Komichi is facing charges of disrupting the announcement of the 2018 elections results.
Komichi who is represented by Obey Shava and Admire Rubaya gave notice for application of discharge at the close of the State’s case. He said that on January 14, he will make a submission of his application for discharge. Reza said he will file his response on 18 January. The State led by Michael Reza brought in its final witness, Zimbabwe Electoral Commission’s Acting Chief Elections officer Utloile Silaigwana who reiterated that Komichi had no powers to announce elections. Silaigwana indicated he had not personally seen Komichi disrupting the announcement, but was only informed by a witness over the phone.
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