Former Zanu PF youth leader Godfrey Tsenengamu has surrendered himself to the police ending his close to 3 months on the run as the state arrested and charged people who were calling for 31 July protest for inciting public violence, The Herald reports.
Tsengengamu reportedly surrender himself to CID officers this morning and ZRP National Spokesperson Assitant Commissioner Paul Nyathi said they were still checking the facts before they can comment.
We will update this article as new details emerge.
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