Sikhala’s 600 days detention justified-Ziyambi

By Staff Writer

JUSTICE minister Ziyambi Ziyambi says the continued detention of ex-Zengeza West legislator Job Sikhala is well above board.

The under siege barrister has spent close to 600 days in remand prison since his arrest a year and a half ago on charges of inciting public violence following the unfortunate murder of Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) activist Moreblessing Ali.

Ali was murdered by Pius Mukandi, alias Jamba, A Zanu PF activist who was recently sentenced to 30 years in jail for killing, dismembering Ali and throwing her remains into a well.

Speaking to the media shortly after official opening of the 2024 legal year in Harare Monday , Ziyambi said the law is is taking its course.
“When you go to the courts do not expect the outcome to be on your side, even our Chief Justice Luke Malaba addressed such matters in his speech while opening the 2024 legal year, cases are looked at both sides,” Ziyambi said.
“If you go to the courts, go and expect a fair judgment; (anything) else, you will be disappointed. Those who are saying this and that about Sikhala, they want the courts to do what they expect and what they want. Our courts are independent and they are doing their job with no interference.”

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