Monday, 4 July 2016

Lumumba turns self in

Former Zanu-PF activist Mr William Mutumanje also known as Acie Lumumba, who was wanted on charges of undermining the President as defined in Section 33 (2) of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act after he insulted President Mugabe recently, has today handed himself in at Harare Central Police Station.


Fresh from attacking President Robert Mugabe calling using an F' word last week, Lumumba attracted a flood of controversy last week after he launched his party, VIVA Zimbabwe.

Lumumba handed himself in to the ZRP today at 1:45pm at Harare Central Police.

Public opinion swelled against Lumumba after his obscene utterances with many taking exception to his use of vulgar langauge in attacking the head of state, while others did the very opposite, praise him.
Acie Lumumba turned himself in at Harare Central Police Station today. Pictures by John Manzongo
The Police wants to questioning him on charges of undermining the President as defined in Section 33 (2) of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act after he insulted President Mugabe on Thursday, has gone into hiding.

He uttered the words while launching his party, Viva Zimbabwe, in Harare on Thursday.Mr Lumumba pronounced himself as chairman of the party saying that Viva Zimbabwe aimed at bringing change in Zimbabwe.

In rantings, Mr Lumumba used the 'F' word to insult the President.

"Mr Mugabe, I guess you have not been really insulted," said Mr Lumumba. "You are now used to being insulted by protesters. You are used to being insulted by vendors, you are used to being insulted in the hallways.

"You have never seen Zimbabweans really angry. So, here is the red line. Mr President Robert Gabriel Mugabe f*** you."
Source: Online
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