Anti-riot Police Raid Chief Ndiweni’s Homestead

Armed anti-riot police Saturday on evening raided the homestead of the dethroned outspoken traditional leader, Chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni in Ntabazinduna.

The Chief’s lawyer, Dumisani Dube from Mathonsi, Ncube Law Chambers confirmed the development to NewZimbabwe.com. He said:

I can confirm that anti-riot police accompanied by Umguza district coordinator visited Ndiweni’s home in Ntabazinduna on Saturday night.

They wanted to confiscate his vehicle and regalia but unfortunately, the Chief is outside the country.

Again, as far as Ndiweni is concerned, he is still the chief because he has not received any official communication regarding his purported dismissal.

Chief Ndiweni was ousted by President Emmerson Mnangagwa last week. Mnangagwa directed that Ndiweni’s government allocated car and all the all State assets are seized immediately.

The chief has refused to be cowed by the government and has been vocal against the 1980s Gukurahundi genocide. He also attended the opposition MDC congress in May this year and called for additional targeted sanctions against the country’s political elite.

More: NewZimbabwe.com


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  1. The regime continues to victimise our people . Our chief is being pressured to support an illegal regime but you know what Mr Ed the majority of us despise your ZanuPF . The world know this thus nothing will change for you and ZanuPF. Let the truth be told you have created the problem simply to subjugate the populace. fortunately the great Zimbabwean people will last longer than your lot and make our country a greater place then ever before. Aluta Continua.

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