ZINASU president Takudzwa Ngadziore was today denied bail by a Harare Magistrate after he was arrested for protesting the continued incarceration of activist Makomborero Haruzivishe.
The news that young Ngadziore who has been arrested three times since August 2020 was not granted bail was shared by lawyers from the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights who said Ngadziore was deemed to be an unfit candidate for bail:
JUST IN: We have secured RTGS$5 000 bail for SG Tapiwa Chiriga @tapchiriga97while@ngadziorewas denied bail with the Magistrate stating that he is not a proper candidate for bail.@ZLHRLawyers is now working on filing a bail appeal for the release of @ngadziore
Ngadziore was arrested first for protesting at Impala Car rental last year after their car was used to abduct MSU student Tawanda Muchehiwa. He was rearrested at the same premises again for protesting while on bail.