(Last Updated on October 17, 2020 by Editor)
HARARE – A High Court Judge today granted Zimbabwe Students Union (Zinasu) president, Takudzwa Ngadziore ZWL$ 5000 bail following his arrest and subsequent detention for addressing the press near Impala Car Rental premises.
Ngadziore, as part of his bail conditions is expected to surrender his passport and report at Harare Central Police Station every Friday.
The court also ordered that he stays 500 meters away from Impala Car Rental and that he should not participate in any public gathering.
The young student activist is facing charges of gathering with intent to promote public violence after he was arrested for protesting against Impala Car Rental near their premises.
Ngadziore was protesting after it emerged that one of the company’s cars was used in the abduction and torture of Tawanda Muchehiwa by suspected state security agents.
His arrest and detention has sparked a lot criticism, yesterday a group of students stormed Impala offices and locked them up demonstrating and demanding his release.