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NACAPEZ descends upon Masvingo Polytechnic
National Students Union (ZINASU)
May 28, 2010
The high powered delegation
of ZINASU led by the President Obert Masaraure descended upon Masvingo
Polytechnic where the Principal Nyamukapa was barring students for
registering for HEXCO exams for non-payment of this term's
fees. The ZINASU delegation instructed the arrogant Nyamukapa to
address students pertaining to the issue but kept on refusing which
infuriated the students' community.
Nyamukapa and his demons
in the form of the security personnel of the institution were beaten
severely by the angry students. Normal business ceased early today
at this institution of higher learning as a result of the earth-shattering
demonstration and the riot police of Mutsekwa and Mohadi ordered
student to vacate the college premises. The National Executive Council
members who were at the scene addressed the students to quench the
mayhem that was now taking place as ZINASU does not believe in violence.
NACAPEZ shall not be a failure and the right to education shall
be upheld by the illegitimate government by any means necessary.
Joshua Chinyere, Tafadzwa
Kutya, Patrick Danga, Faith Chamba, Prosper Tiringindi and Gamuchirai
are still missing as the police hunt intensifies. The Legal Affairs
Sec Alec Tabe and a student from Masvingo Poly were heavily brutalized
by the police details and currently they are seeking medical attention
at a clinic which the information department is not privy to disclosing.
Obert Masaraure, Grant
Tabvurei, Archfod Mudzengi and Zivanai Muzorodzi are being hunted
by members of Masvingo Central Police Station and their stay in
the oldest town is not welcomed. Meanwhile 26 students appeared
before the Bindura Provincial Magistrates' court; Grant Tabvurei
and Joshua Chinyere have been issued warrants of arrest for not
attending court as they where in Masvingo addressing a near catastrophe
Nyagura has suspended
Joshua Chinyere and Wisdom Mgagara for two years for allegedly tarnishing
the image of the institution when they participated in a demonstration
at Bindura University on the 14 the of January 2010. The suspensions
of these two student leaders inflate the amount of the suspended
and expelled students to 46 in a space of a year.
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