Chief Ndiweni Kept In Custody Ahead Of Sentencing

Chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni has reportedly been remanded in custody for sentencing tomorrow in a case in which he stands accused of destroying a villager’s crops.

The outspoken traditional leader has been vocal in calling for citizens to take part in the MDC-organised demonstrations set to commence tomorrow. He released a video in which he said:

I’m hopeful that on this occasion these protests will be a family day. Bring out your whole family, let’s all come out on the day of protest; a peaceful legal protest because it’s about engagement, it’s about communication with the current administration.


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2 comments on “Chief Ndiweni Kept In Custody Ahead Of Sentencing

  1. We very well know Chief Ndiweni is now a target of ZANU PF Government. Arresting someone on false accusation portraying that you are using the law and constitution is actually hardening him. We are in solidarity with our Chief.

  2. We will support our chief in what ever way possible. We can not allow Gugurawundi to continue in our region. Even Mandela was dimed to be a criminal in Apartheid South Africa

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