HARARE – Former Zanu-Pf Youth League political commissar, Godfrey Tsenengamu has been granted ZWL$10 000 bail by High Court Judge, Justice Davison Foroma.
He is facing charges of inciting public violence in connection with the 31 July Anti-Corruption protests that were eventually thwarted through the arrest of key organisers and supporters.
Tsenengamu, who was expelled from Zanu-Pf after embarking on an anti-corruption crusade which exposed business bigwigs affiliated to the ruling party, was arrested on the 9th of October after handing himself over to the police claiming unidentified people were stalking him and his family.
Handing down the ruling, Justice Foroma argued that the magistrate (Ngoni Nduna) had erred in ruling that Tsenengamu was a flight risk.
He also added that the State had failed to provide evidence that Tsenengamu’s life was in danger and that locking him up would guarantee his safety.
Tsenengamu has been ordered to reside at a given address, surrender his passport and report at Waterfalls Police Station twice a week.