By Trevor Makonyonga
Barely 24 hours after his release on bail, Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) President Takudzwa Ngadziore has vowed to go back to Impala car rentals.
Ngadziore took to Twitter to register his intention of complying to the court order by observing the stipulated distance of 100 meters from the car rental company.
As part of his bail conditions, Ngadziore is to stay away from Impala by 100 metres.
The student leader tweeted, “Courts ordered me to stay exactly 100 Meters away from @impalacarrental. As a Law abiding Citizen, I do hereby invite all members of the Fourth Estate (Press) to a Statement .Venue: Exactly 101 meters away from @impalacarrental. Date: 18 Sep 2020. Time: 1100hrs. #PeoplePower.”
The conflict between Impala Car rental and the ZINASU started when it emerged that the car used in the abduction of Tawanda Muchehiwa was rented from the car rental company.
ZINASU then started a social media onslaught against the company calling on people to boycott the company’s services.
The brawl escalated to the point that Zinasu staged a protest at Impala car rental where Ngadziore was arrested.
Meanwhile, nine students were arrested yesterday, September 14, after staging a protest at Ngadziore’s bail hearing.
No further information has been attained as to the charges the students are facing.