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Police Violently Stops Winky D From Singing In Chitungwiza

T he case of the police banning singer Winky D from singing in Chitungwiza yesterday is being criticised by many in the country. Zimbabweans...
zimnewsdaily.com Police Violently Banned Winky D From Singing In Chitungwiza

The case of the police banning singer Winky D from singing in Chitungwiza yesterday is being criticised by many in the country. Zimbabweans are writing on various websites such as Facebook and Twitter condemning the actions of the police.

Since the release of Winky D's album called Eureka , some members of Zanu-PF have decided that the singer should not be allowed to sing because he is criticising the government.

The songs on this album include, "Ibotso, Dzimbabwe dzeMabwe, Shaker," and others.

We tried to contact the Minister of Home Affairs, Mr Kazembe Kazembe, to find out why the police stopped Winky D from singing but he was not answering his phone.

We have not been able to contact Winky D's manager, Jonathan Banda. Those who are criticizing the ban include former government ministers such as Mr Jonathan Moyo who was the minister of information, Mr David Coltart who was the minister of sports and culture and Norton's representative in the parliament Mr Temba Mliswa.

Mr Coltart said that the minister of sports and culture, Miss Kirsty Coventry, should say what she will do to protect people's rights as enshrined in the constitution, saying that the police broke the law by banning Winky D from singing.

Mr Moyo said that the behaviour of the police could cause people to rebel against the government.

Others who have criticised this incident include a human rights lawyer, Mr Obey Shava, writing on Twitter saying that the police should not act as if they are taking the side of a political party.

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