A ZimLive report claims that former Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi was arrested on Friday morning after police found a camouflage umbrella in his car. The report reads:
Former Sunday Mail editor and publisher of the WhatsApp Kukurigo news service Edmund Kudzayi has been arrested this morning after police stopped his vehicle and found a “camouflage umbrella”. He is detained at Borrowdale Police Station.
Kudzayi was arrested a few years being on accusations of being linked to a shadowy Facebook character, Baba Jukwa, which gained unparalleled fame in the run-up to the 2013 general elections.
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Baba Jukwa is the the anonymous moniker of a Facebook personality who posted classified information about the Zanu-PF party in the lead up to and after the July 2013 parliamentary and presidential elections in Zimbabwe. Believed to be a syndicate, Baba Jukwa runs a Facebook... Read More About Baba Jukwa
Edmund Kudzayi (born 8 December 1986) is a Zimbabwean journalist and media professional. He is a former editor for the state-run weekly newspaper the The Sunday Mail where he was appointed by then Minister of Information and Publicity, Jonathan Moyo. He is mostly known for... Read More About Edmund Kudzayi