Chinhoyi Police Summon CCC Spokesperson Mahere

Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) interim spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere says she has been summoned to CID Law and Order in Chinhoyi.

In a tweet, Mahere said she will be heading to Chinhoyi along with her lawyers.

“Have been summoned to CID Law & Order, Mash West in Chinhoyi. I will be heading there shortly with my lawyers. The Police have not yet indicated whether this relates to a potential charge or something else,” Mahere posted.

There are strong suspicions that the subpoena could be to the recently held CCC rally in which she reported that a ‘bomb’ had been thrown at party leader Nelson Chamisa’s convoy.

Meanwhile, CCC said they misreported that a Honda Fit AFA 1651 was the vehicle which was used by the suspects to throw missiles at the rally.

“We make reference to a statement we published on 11 September 2022 arising out of a widely
reported incident which occurred at Gadzema Grounds in Chinhoyi on that same day. The incident concerned an incendiary device or explosive(s) thrown at the motorcade of our Change Champion in Chief, Adv. Nelson Chamisa as he approached the entrance of the venue to address a rally.

“The report as narrated to our information department reflected a motor-vehicle registration number AFA 1651 which upon further inquiry and investigation is incorrect. However, the broad description of the vehicle is accurate, as far as is understood.

“Steps are being taken to verify the correct registration number of the silver car that was seen by eyewitnesses at the scene of the incident and the Zimbabwe Republic Police are being informed of this error to aid their investigation. We understand that the Police have recorded witness statements. To that end, we are endeavoring to assist the Zimbabwe Republic Police with their inquiries to
ensure the culprits are brought to book. Any inconvenience caused is regretted,” read a statement by Mahere.

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