ZINASU President Charged With Breach of Peace Or Bigotry
11 September 2020
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By A Correspondent| ZINASU President Takudzwa Ngadziore who was arrested outside the Harare Magistrates Court has been charged with participating in a public gathering with intent to promote public violence, breach of peace or bigotry.

He is currently at the Harare Magistrates court for his initial remand.

Ngadziore was arrested on Thursday after leading a protest held at the Impala car rental premises in Braeside.

According to the state, they have evidence against against Ngadziore in the form of a circulating video showing him addressing a gathering. The state also said they have witnesses who saw him participating in the public gathering.