KASUKUWERE SYMPATHIZERS DEMAND ED’s ARREST
Ex minister Saviour Kasukuwere, 47 was arrested for alleged border jumping when he fled the country during Operation Restore Legacy.
Kasukuwere was freed on $300 bail and was also ordered to report once a week at Borrowdale police station as part of his bail conditions.
A handful of his sympathizers including former Zanu PF activist, Jim Kunaka, now aligned to New Patriotic Front (NPF), came in solidarity and started protesting outside the court calling for President Mnangagwa’a arrest saying he also did not follow procedures and escaped the country the same way November last year.
NPF, a new political party, is believed to have strong links to former President Robert Mugabe and the G40 faction, and is aimed at chewing into President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s support base ahead of this year’s general elections.
They vowed to come in their numbers on Kasukuwere’s next court appearance.