Four Arrested At Montlante Commission, One Of Them For Testifying On Gukurahundi
Four people were arrested in Bulawayo at the Kgalema Montlante Commission of Inquiry into the killings of six people in the streets of Harare on the 1st of August.
The four, all of them suspected to be members of the radical Mthwakazi Republic Party were arrested for different offences ranging from public violence to putting the name of the President into disrepute.
One of the four, Wisdom Mkhwananzi, who gave a moving testimony on how the Gukurahundi soldiers murdered both his parents during the atrocities of the early eighties was violently picked up by the police outside the venue for inferring that President Emmerson Mnangagwa had presided over the killings of his parents.
Three others were arrested inside the venue after they attacked a ZANU PF member who had questioned from the public gallery if Mkhwananzi had actually seen Mnangagwa murder his parents.
The commission hearings were characterised by disruptions from the public as witnesses opted to move away from addressing the Harare killings matter to concentrate on the Gukurahundi issues.
The three are expected to appear in court on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the commission will continue with its hearings in the Midlands capital of Gweru today. The radical Mthwakazi grouping from Bulawayo has meantime mobilised to travel to Gweru in numbers to attend the hearings and seek to give more of the Gukurahundi testimonies.
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