Man Arrested For Dressing Dog With ZANU PF Regalia

A Guruve man was accosted by irate ZANU PF supporters who took him to a police station after he was found walking with a dog “dressed” with a T-shirt bearing a picture of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s face.

The villager was identified as Robson Chininga, of Chininga village, Mudhindo in Guruve.

He was seized from Mudhindo Growth Point and taken to a police station where he paid admission of guilt fine of $40 after he was charged with disorderly conduct. An unnamed police officer told NewsDay:

We fined Chininga after angry Zanu PF supporters brought him to our base, hence we charged him with disorderly conduct and he paid an admission of guilt fine of $40.

More: NewsDay

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3 comments on “Man Arrested For Dressing Dog With ZANU PF Regalia

  1. What crime did he commit???

    Zanu will one day find itself in the dust bins of zimbabwe’s history

    Zimbabwe will be free from this animal one of these days

  2. The crime he committed is making zanu pf represent animalistic dogs not humans ,and the truth is always painfull to those who can’t take criticism take a look at china and The Whinny the poo dictator

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