The High Court has ordered the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) to reinstate a cop who was fired from the force in 2014 for insulting former President Robert Mugabe.
Chief Inspector Newton Jindu was relieved of his duties after being accused of insulting Mugabe labelling the former Zanu PF leader as old.
In a ruling made by Justice Mary-Zimba Dube on January 30, the police were given a 14-day ultimatum to reinstate Jindu.
“It is ordered that the respondents be and are hereby ordered to reinstate the applicant into the police service in terms of paragraph 2 and 3 of the order of this court in HC 11278/17 within 14 days of the date of the order,” the ruling read.
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