Norton legislator Temba Mliswa, who was arrested during a live presser yesterday for violating COVID-19 restrictions has been released on $20 000 bail and the state did not oppose bail in the matter.
The update was communicated by Heart and Soul TV which stated that Mliswa was ordered to surrender his passport and report to the police once a week:
#JUSTIN @TembaMliswa released on $20 000 bail. Report to police once a week and surrender your passport. The MP was arrested at his Borrowdale home on allegations that he violated national lockdown protocols by convening an unlawful gathering in Constance Ngombengombe and Charles Muchemwa. The state did not oppose the granting of bail
Mliswa during a press conference he was arrested at made some sensational claims that State Minister Owen Ncube and July Moyo were trying to get rid of President Mnangagwa.
Mliswa said he was sure justice would prevail in his case as he said his arrest was motivated by the fact that he was going to expose some powerful people.