Police are keen to quiz MDC-T’s Job Sikhala over utterances that he made at the weekend where he urged party supporters to brace for “war” against the Government.
Police chief spokesperson Senior Assistant Commisioner Charity Charamba confirmed the development last night.
“We have invited him over utterances he made at a rally in Kuwadzana at the weekend,” she said. Sikhala’s lawyer and MDC-T official Mr Obert Gutu said he had talked to officials at the Law and Order section and assured them that he would come with Sikhala this morning.
“I have made an arrangement with the officers that we will take my client to Harare Central Police tomorrow at 10am,” he said. “We do not know what they want, but if law enforcement agents invite us, my client is a law abiding citizen so he will duly comply.”
Mr Gutu said enquiries he made showed the police wanted to quiz Sikhala over some utterances he made at a rally.
Sikhala, who returned to the MDC-T fold recently, addressed party supporters in Harare’s Kuwadzana suburb where he attempted to incite people against the Government. Sikhala was accompanied by MDC-T national organising secretary Nelson Chamisa at the rally.