Chibaya was last week arrested after he had gone to Gweru police station to report a case in which ZANU (PF) supporters had run riot and damaged his vehicle few kilometers from the city.
He was released after two days on US$50 bail to November 8 by Gweru magistrate Joseline Mashiri after police charged him with assaulting the mob. He denies the allegations.
In February Chibaya spent a week inside filthy police cells at Mtapa station after he had been arrested for assaulting a soldier who later-on disowned a docket that chronicled the matter expected to be concluded on December 8.
“ZANU (PF) has discovered that I have stood my ground since 1999 advising locals that there is need to boot out Mugabe from office to save this country from collapse.
“They now want me to keep quiet about that and so state apparatus like police have been roped in to achieve that agenda,” Chibaya told The Zimbabwean in an interview.
“The people of Zimbabwe need change and unfortunately I will continue to talk about it at every platform,” he vowed.Post published in: News