According to Nyanguwo, the police officers came looking for him at his Harare residence in the early hours of Sunday but he was not there. They left a message that he should come to the Law and Order section on Tuesday.
He went to the police station yesterday in the company of his lawyer, Aleck Muchadehama where he was told that his name was being mentioned by some identified informers into the bombing of the Zanu PF offices on 28 September.
He was made to sign a warned and cautioned statement before he was released in the evening and told to come to back on Thursday.
“Of course I denied the charges as I have nothing to do with Zanu PF and let alone attack them or their offices,” he said.
In 2012, Nyanguwo was arrested and spent a month in remand prison on similar false charges that he was involved in the bombing of Zanu PF offices in Gweru in December, 2011. He was later acquitted of the charges.
The Chief of Staff said he hoped that his latest arrest is not part of a broader agenda to associate anyone in the MDC with the Zanu PF Highfield bombing.
Last week, James Chidhakwa, a member of the National Youth Assembly was arrested on similar charges and was only released after three days as the police could not establish his link to the bombing of the Zanu PF offices.Post published in: News