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Security guards at Bindura Hospital face court charges for assaulting staff member over medication misunderstanding

Three security guards at Bindura Hospital have appeared in court on assault charges after allegedly attacking a staff member whom they suspected of stealing pills. The incident occurred when the victim, Takunda Tenisi (25), refused to show his medical cards to the guards.

It was later revealed that Tenisi had sought medical attention at the hospital and was legitimately prescribed medication, which he obtained from the hospital pharmacy. The court heard that the security guard at the pharmacy had recorded Tenisi’s medication before he was stopped at the hospital gate.

According to the allegations, on March 6 around 4 pm, Tenisi was stopped at the hospital gate by Dennis Saurosi (47), who proceeded to search his bag. Inside the bag, forty-two ammoxyline and metronidazole pills were discovered.

Saurosi then demanded to see Tenisi’s medical card, but the latter refused, citing a violation of his privacy. Instead, Tenisi advised Saurosi to verify the medication with his colleague at the pharmacy, who had recorded it in the record book earlier.

Saurosi allegedly retrieved three batons from the guard room, which he shared with Michael Jackson (43) and Charles Maja (23). The three guards proceeded to assault Tenisi physically, causing injuries to his body. Fortunately, some passers-by intervened and rescued Tenisi, who suffered a swollen left hand and painful ribs.

As news of the incident spread, hospital staff members reportedly expressed their outrage by holding a demonstration, citing the brutal attack on their colleague and raising other grievances such as the alleged misuse of hospital vehicles by the administration and a lack of running water at the facility.

The events surrounding the assault were captured on camera, potentially providing crucial evidence in the ongoing court case.

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