A former Sunday Mail editor, who is now a freelance journalist, Edmund Kudzayi, who was Thursday acquitted of unlawful possession of army uniform, has refused to take his arrest lying down.
Kudzayi was arrested at a police roadblock in February this year after being found in possession of an umbrella whose colours resembled army camouflage.
A Harare magistrate ruled that an umbrella was not among items classified by the law to be constituting army uniform.
Writing on Twitter after his acquittal, Kudzayi said:
Now working on a lawsuit against the errant ZNA member and his ZRP accomplices.
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... Read More About Edmund Kudzayi