Silence Wont Save Me From Death: Takudzwa Ngadziore
2 November 2020

By Jane Mlambo| Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) President Takudzwa Ngadziore has vowed to continue fighting for the rights of students and justice for Bulawayo based Tawanda Muchehiwa saying silence will not guarantee his safety.

Posting on Twitter, Ngadziore who spend close to 40 days at Chikurubi maximum prison following his arrest at Impala Car rental premises said he will not pay attention to those asking him to be silent.

“I’ve heard ludicrous whispers, “If you talk, they will kill you Takudzwa” I’ve Questioned back : Is silence going to save me from Death (?) ONE SOLUTION- REVOLUTION,” vowed Ngadziore.

Since the abduction of Tawanda Muchehiwa in Bulawayo early this year, Ngadziore has continued to make noise in demand for justice.

He was arrested when he first went to Impala car rental premises demanding justice for Muchehiwa, resulting in his arrest. He was granted bail and ordered not to set foot 100 metres from Impala car rental premises.