Police Launch Manhunt For Bulawayo Teacher

Police have launched a manhunt for a Bulawayo teacher who allegedly incited pupils at Njube High School to demonstrate against the recent school fees hike and the poor salaries earned by their teachers.

This was confirmed by the Zimbabwe Republic Police national spokesperson Paul Nyathi in an interview with the Daily News. Said Nyathi:

We are investigating the case of a teacher who is alleged to have taken manila, written messages and accompanied the students on a demonstration.

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We have not yet apprehended the suspect, but we are confident that he will be arrested soon.

Brian Mutsiba, a biology teacher at the school and a former prisons officer, is accused of having mobilised 153 Form 1, Form 3 and Form 6 learners to stage a demonstration against the absence of teachers and the recent fees hike.

He is accused of having removed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s portrait from the staff room and taking down the Zimbabwe flag from its mast at the school before embarking on the march.

More: Daily News

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4 comments on “Police Launch Manhunt For Bulawayo Teacher

  1. whats wrong with that is it not true that teachers are suffering and students also are left on the cold.It will get even at the so called defenders of such injustices soon God cannot be cheated

  2. whats wrong with that is it not true that teachers are suffering and students also are left on the cold.It will get even at the so called defenders of such injustices soon God cannot be cheated

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