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Updates: Evan Mawarire denied bail…. in custody until February 17

A court in Harare has denied #ThisFlag founder and pastor Evan Mawarire bail. He will be in custody until February 17.

#ThisFlag protest pastor Evan Mawarire arrested on return to Zimbabwe from U.S.
#ThisFlag protest pastor Evan Mawarire arrested on return to Zimbabwe from U.S.

Mawarire was arrested on Wednesday after a surprise decision to go back to Zimbabwe after 6 months in exile having fled and later claiming asylum in the United States last year.

Tweets on the Day

Have moved to court 7 because court 6 has no lights. A whole courtroom with no lights!! Will let that sink in.” ThisFlag1980

“Lawyer representing Pastor Evan says he never called for violent protests, but urged passive resistance and peaceful boycotts.” Haru Mutasa on Twitter

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