Zimbabwean UK Returnee Fighting For Life After Attack In Harare
In an upsetting event, a Zimbabwean man, a returning resident from the United Kingdom, is battling for his life in Harare after being severely assaulted by his fellow kindred.
As indicated by reports gathered by Mail & Telegraph from The DailyNews publication, Munashe Razawo was fatally stabbed a number of times by Garikai Tawanda at Prince Edward Covid-19 quarantine facility following a squabble a week ago Friday. Razawo was raced to an emergency clinic for sure-fire clinical consideration.
Showing up before Harare judge Sheunesu Matova charged with attempted murder, the denounced was denied bail. As per the state, Tawanda went crazy and savaged Razawo, with a pair of scissors, a few times on the paunch before punching him. This was after a contention had broken out between the two. After the assault, Razawo was quickly rushed to the medical clinic.
The court heard that the attack casualty couldn’t give his side of the story since he was in critical condition. Be that as it may, the charged told the court that he had likewise endured genuine wounds and should be medicinally analyzed. Tawanda claimed that the police mercilessly attacked him during the hour of his capture.
Magistrate Matova requested the State to explore the cases and remanded the accused in authority to May 29.
Individuals coming back to Zimbabwe are dependent upon a 21-day isolate period at government-assigned facilities. Be that as it may, the government as of late reported that returning residents who can afford to pay for any place they wish to be quarantined at are permitted to do as such. This was soon after a stalemate with returning residents from the UK over the poor living and clean conditions at one of the isolation facilities they were housed.