ZINASU President Released On Bail

ZINASU president Takudzwa Ngadziore was on Friday granted ZW$5000 bail when he appeared before High Court judge Justice Davison Foroma accused of participating in a demonstration with intent to promote public violence, breach of peace or bigotry.

The 22-year-old student activist was arrested after staging a protest at Impala Car Rental in Harare seeking justice for another 22-year-old MSU journalism student Tawanda Muchehiwa who had been abducted and tortured.

Muchehiwa was abducted on 30 July and an Impala Car rental vehicle was used to abduct the ZimLive Editor Mduduzi Mathuthu’s nephew.

Justice Foroma ordered Ngadziore not to participate in any public gathering, to surrender his passport and to report to the police every Friday as part of bail conditions.

Sunday could have marked 30 days in custody since Ngadziore was detained.

His incaceration attracted criticism from the opposition, students and the international community with Pan-Africanist Professor Patrick Lumumba pleading with President Emmersin Mnangagwa to release the youngman.

More: Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights

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