Police Officer In Trouble Over “Munyu Hauchavava” Song

A police officer stationed in Mt Darwin has been dragged to court for posting a WhatsApp status in which he was singing along to Blessing Shumba’s song “Munyu Hauchavava.” The gospel song which means the “salt is no longer sour/tasty” is used by some to describe the deteriorating state of affairs in Zimbabwe. Watch the video below for more details.

The Human Rights NGO Forum which is representing the officer, Constable Spencer Chitere, said the hearing commenced this morning. Pindula News presents Human Rights NGO Forum’s update on the case.

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A Mt Darwin police officer Constable Spencer Chitere has been hauled before the police tribunal on allegations of displaying materials of having political significance in contravention of Police Act. It is alleged that he posted on his WhatsApp status indicating that `Munyu Hauchavava’. The hearing commenced this morning. He is being represented by Darlington Marange of Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum.

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2 comments on “Police Officer In Trouble Over “Munyu Hauchavava” Song

  1. Zimbabwe is a country of Mad leadership. Very primitive. Wasting scarce state resources on absolutely useless cases!

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