MDC Alliance President Nelson Chamisa today paid his condolences to the family of the late national hero, musician Oliver ‘Tuku’ Mtukudzi.
Addressing the mourners, President Chamisa said Dr Mtukudzi was a symbol of love, unity and an ambassador of peace.
He added that, Dr Mtukudzi is a hero who stood above the petty politics to embrace everyone.
President Chamisa said it was important for Zimbabwe to live by the statute as lived by Dr Mtukudzi- of tolerance, love and peace.
Dr Mtukudzi passed on, on 23 January 2019.
President Chamisa who is a trained pastor at AFM church led mourners in singing the popular hymn Pamusoro Pakudenga.
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Meanwhile, in the courts, the Harare Magistrate reserved judgement on Vice President, Sen Morgen Komichi's application for discharge, while the state closed it's case on Deputy National Chairperson, Hon Tendai Biti with state witness confessing ignorance about illegal announcement of the 30th of July election results.
Lawyers are set to apply for discharge.
In Kwekwe, Hon Lloyd Mukapiko and Hon Settlement Chikwinya remanded in custody to 8 February. Their lawyer, Hon Brian Dube is applying for bail at the High Court.
In Harare, The Southerton Member of Parliament, Hon Peter Moyo today received a call from the CID Law and Order requesting for witnesses who were present when his house and property was destroyed by Zanu PF youth led by Godfrey Gomwe. The docket was opened, Gomwe and company were arrested only to be released on the instruction from those in high powers.
In other reports, A group of Zanu PF members in Goromonzi South led by one Maziya, also known as Siyaso have organized bases to terrorize teachers who are on a legal industrial action against government for better working conditions.
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