Malema breathes fire over the Ngarivhume ‘sentence

EFF leader Julius Malema


Firebrand EFF leader Julius Malema has called upon Zimbabweans to protect each other from tyranny.

Malema’s utterance is in response to the four years jail term imposed on Transform Zimbabwe leader Jacob Ngarivhume for calling for protests against the looting of Covid 19 funds.

“Zimbabweans must learn to protect their own, particularly those who are the voice of the voiceless against the corrupt few. The truth will never be incarcerated; Africa we are one,” said Malema while write on social media.

Malema said he was shocked by the Zimbabwe Government’s decision to jail Ngarivhume, which he described as “pathetic.”

He added: “Sending an activist to 4 years imprisonment for simply holding different political views is pathetic.”

Magistrate Feresi Chakanyuka convicted Ngarivhume of inciting public violence and imposed a 48-month prison sentence, but conditionally suspended 12 months. Ngarivhume started serving his three years sentence this week, but his lawyer Prof. Lovemore Madhuku will be appealing the conviction and sentence at the High Court.

JAILER: Magistrate Feresi Chakanyuka who sent Ngarivhume to jail for three years
This is the video which landed Ngarivhume in jail

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