Former Zanu PF Mashonaland Central youth chairperson Godfrey Tsenengamu who is facing charges of allegedly inciting public violence in connection with 31st July protests against corruption has been granted a 10k bail by High judge Davison Foroma under stringent conditions.
Tsenengamu had been denied bail by Harare regional magistrate Ngoni Nduna who argued that the political activist was not safe at his given address and he could be tried from jail.
Justice Foroma ordered Tsenengamu to surrender his passport, reside at his given address and report twice a week at Waterfalls Police Station as bail conditions.
31st July protests were convened by opposition Transform Zimbabwe leader Jacob Ngarivhume. But Ngarivhume was arrested together with investigative journalist Hopewell Chin’ono and they spent 45 days at Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison before being released on bail by the High Court in Harare.
They were charged for inciting violence in connection with 31st July protests.