Takudzwa Ngadziore Refuses To Be Silenced
16 September 2020

Paul Nyathi 

THE Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) president Takudzwa Ngadziore was on Monday granted ZW$2,000 bail by a Harare magistrates court.

As part of the bail conditions he has been ordered to stay 100 metres away from Impala Car Rental premises in Harare.

Ngadziore was arrested last Thursday following protests outside Impala Car Rental company and spent the weekend in prison after his bail hearing was postponed to Monday after Harare magistrate Barbra Mateko said she was overwhelmed with work as she ordered the further detention of president Takudzwa Godfrey Ngadziore on Friday.

The defiant students leader has since called for a press conference exactly 101 metre away from Impala Car Rental located at number 40 Chiremba Road in Harare on Friday.

The Courts ordered me to stay exactly 100 Meters away from @impalacarrental. As a Law abiding Citizen, I do hereby invite all members of the Fourth Estate (Press) to a Statement Venue: Exactly 101 meters away from @impalacarrental