Chinyanga can’t play race card now
Brian Rungnao Temba
CCC activist, William Martin Chinyanga was found guilty in two of the four charges of ‘encouraging terrorism’ on UK soil on November 14, 2022.
The UK based teacher is facing 10 years in prison for calling for the overthrow of the Zimbabwean government in a series of speeches live-streamed on Facebook.
Chinyanga is accused of encouraging bombings in Zimbabwe in four speeches to 7,000 followers on social media over two days in December 2019.
Chinyanga has always been reckless when given an audience.
Most of his claims have bordered on madness.
He once claimed that in 2018 ZANU PF intended to use scientific ballot papers which if one puts an X on MDC-A, the X would emerge on ZANU PF.
Chinyanga now claims his jailing was racially inspired.
For those in the CCC, his conviction must be a warning sign, as they have been making utterances of a similar nature in Zimbabwe.
It goes without saying that the law applicable in Zimbabwe and the law applied in the United Kingdom have similarities.
Job Sikhala committed a similar offense, inciting to end a whole bloodline with the aid of volunteers that were trucked into Nyatsime.
The reign of havoc that ensued was in retaliation for the murder of Moreblessing Ali.
With UK precedence, there are chances Sikhala could be found guilty.
One’s utterances ultimately count and are considered when justice takes its course even on a different matter altogether.
Both CCC terrorists have expressed their disappointment in their leader Nelson Chamisa’s nonchalant reaction to their arrests. Each in their own way.
Sikhala, subliminally threw shade by omitting to mention Chamisa in his appreciation letter he wrote from jail.
Chinyanga wept tears with snort drooping lamenting that his son would see him as a criminal with no vindication from his party.