Morgen Komichi To Appeal Against Conviction

MDC deputy president Morgen Komichi says he will approach the High Court and appeal against his conviction and sentence.

This comes after Komichi was fined $200 for disrupting electoral proceedings during the announcement of presidential election results.  Komichi’s lawyer Obey Shava of the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights said he will lodge an appeal at the High Court. He said Komichi’s conviction will not affect his political career and future electoral participation even if he does not appeal his sentence.

More: Daily News


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