Former Sunday Mail editor and publisher of the WhatsApp Kukurigo news service Edmund Kudzayi has been arrested this morning after police stopped his vehicle and found a “camouflage umbrella”.
Kudzayi was arrested Friday morning and is being detained at Borrowdale police station.
Kudzayi rose to fame in 2014 after he was arrested and accused of running the Baba Jukwa and Amai Jukwa Facebook pages simultaneously.
He has been charged under Section 32 of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act: “unlawful possession of a camouflage uniform”.
The arrest comes after the Zimbabwe National Army announced that it is conducting a snap search on residential areas to search for military regalia that was stolen during the January 14 mass protests.
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