Uncovered!!! SIX Zanu-PF Youths Led The January Protests…They Burned A Zupco Bus,Looted Outlets – RZP

On the escape of the #Shutdown Zimbabwe Protests, MDC-A members have been fingered because the prime suspects however separating details from hypothesis, Six Zanu-PF Youth leaders have been additionally behind the acts of violence in the course of the  Protests.

The six have been sentenced to a mixed 32 years in jail for burning down a ZUPCO bus however have been launched on bail.

In keeping with State Media, the six youth leaders, Emmanuel Chari (25), Miston Siriva (30), Charles Bengeza (28), Shylock Chihuri (25), Noleen Dulana (29) and Rumbidzai Dulana (25) have been launched on $50 bail byHigh Courtroom choose Justice Edith Mushore after they utilized for bail pending attraction towards conviction and sentence.

The six had been wallowing in jail since January after they have been convicted of burning down a Zupco bus after January protests degenerated into violence. Emmanuel Chari who was main the gang and truly drove the bus earlier than burning it was sentenced to 7 years in jail whereas the remainder of his accomplices have been sentenced to five years in jail every.

After burning the bus, the six led a crowd into ransacking Webcon Grocery store owned by former Cupboard minister and Chegutu East MP Webster Shamu. After ransacking the grocery store, the mob set a Mitsubishi van which was within the automotive park on fireplace.



Author: Takudzwa Abioye

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