Sikhala To Address The Media Over Chino’no’s Arrest

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HARARE – MDC-Alliance vice Chairperson and MP for Zengeza West, Job Sikhala has announced that tomorrow he will on Wednesday address the media together with Transform Zimbabwe leader, Jacob Ngarivhume.

Sikhala said the press conference will be held tomorrow at the Media Center at 1300hours.

“As Ex-Chikurubi Maximum Prison Political Detainees Association, myself and my brother @jngarivhume will address the press conference, tomorrow the 4th of November at Media Center at 1300hrs in full strength solidarity with our arrested colleague Hopewell Chin’ono on fresh charges.”

The two just like Chino’no, were also recently arrested for inciting public violence when they supported the 31 July Anti-Corruption protests.

They were subsequently released on bail after being detained at Chikurubi Maximum Prison for long periods.

The outspoken legislator also accused the State of breaching his privacy and listening through his conversations.

He said, “Getting sad reports that my friend @daddyhope (Hopewell Chino’no) has been arrested. I had a long tele conversation with him, yesterday about intelligence reports I obtained that the system was listening to all our conversations and entering into our Whatsapp data conversations. I am really angry.”

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