Former Zanu PF Leader In Court For Inciting Violence
10 October 2020
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By Jane Mlambo| Former Zanu PF National Youth Commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu who surrendered himself to the police at Harare Central Police Station will appear in court this morning.

Tsenengamu who was part of the people mobilising towards the July 31 anti-corruption protest is being charged with inciting public violence, the same offence facing MDC Alliance deputy Chairperson Job Sikhala, journalist Hopewell Chin’ono and opposition leader Jacob Ngarivhume.

“The ZRP confirms that Godfrey Tsenengamu is in Police custody and will appear in court on 10th October 2020 in relation to incitement to commit public violence charges as defined in Section 187(1) (a) as read with section 37 of the Criminal Law Codification and Reform Act, Chapter 09:23,” the police said.

Tsenengamu is likely to spend the weekend behind bars as was the case with his colleagues who appeared in court on Saturday and had their bail hearings deferred to Monday.