Search For Missing Journalist Costa Nkomo Intensify

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ZIMBABWE – Zimbabweans from across the political divide have joined voices calling for people to assist with any information that might help in locating missing journalist, Costa Nkomo who was last seen on New Year’s Day when he left his home in the morning.

“Nkomo was last seen in Harare Friday morning leaving home, a day after he had arrived from his rural home where he had travelled for the Christmas holiday.

“Social media platform WhatsApp shows he was last active that Friday at 9.22 am. Since then efforts by the family to locate him have been unsuccessful,” said his employer, New Zimbabwe.com.

The permanent secretary in the Ministry of information Nick Managwana also joined in spreading the news.

“Some young journalists got in touch asking for help to publicise that Costa is missing. He was last seen on New Year’s eve. Anyone with information please contact the numbers provided. Costa is a great professional and person who gets along with many. Please help with info,” wrote Mangwana on his Twitter account.

He added, “…I got a New Year Message from his phone at 0533 on New Year’s Day. I responded at 0536 and it blue ticked. I am sure he is fine but until he is located we cannot be sure.

Anyone with details is kindly asked to contact: Evangelist Mugara on +263 772 747 955, Leo – +263 777 945 142, Mai Sibanda +263 772 697 846.

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