14 opposition political activists are being sought after by the Police for interviews, a development which comes ahead of the highly hyped 31 July demonstration which is set to take place in the country.
In a statement, the Zimbabwe Republic Police said it is appealing to members of the public to supply information on the location of 14 activists namely Makomborero Haruziviishe, Godfrey Kurauone, Ostallos Siziba, Job Sikhala, Promise Mukwananzi, Denford Ngadziore, Allan Moyo, Obey Sithole, Obert Masaraure. Jimmy Kunaka, Peter Mutasa, Robson Chuma and Godfrey Tsenengamu.
Efforts to get a comment from the police to establish why they are seeking to interview these activists were fruitless as the mobile number of ZRP spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi was not going through by the time of publishing.
But reports are saying they are being sought after for mobilising the 31 July demonstrations. The development comes a few days after the arrest of Journalist Hopewell Chin’ono and Transform Zimbabwe leader Jacob Ngarivhume for inciting public violence to overthrow the Government.
More to follow.