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UZ drama continues to Nyagura insists with his court defiance campaign
Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU)
July 19, 2007

The Nyagura sanctioned confusion at the University of Zimbabwe entered its second week yesterday taking a new shape with a number of student leaders and activists receiving suspension letters. Four students on Wednesday the 18th of July 2007, were shocked to be summoned to the most controversial office at the university to receive suspension letters from the Vice Chancellor of the oldest and largest university in the country, Professor Levy Nyagura. The four who were served with indefinite suspension letters yesterday are Shingirai Chikamba, Ceaser Sitiya, Manifesto and Marunyane. It has been revealed that Levy Nyagura still has 11 more suspension letters awaiting serving the concerned students.

Student Leader arrested

The same day the 18th of July 2007 witnessed one student activist from the University of Zimbabwe being arrested by suspected members of the Central Intelligence Organization (CIO) in connivance with the university security officers, popularly known as 'greenbombers.' The arrested student, Shadreck Vengesai was first taken to Avondale Police station before being transfered to Harare Central Police station for detention. He is still detained at the Central Police station in the central business district of Harare.

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