A Chinhoyi man is under investigation by state security agents after he drove his car close to former Vice President Kembo Mohadi’s VVIP tent during a national event in the town.
The incident occurred at Pfungwadzakanaka Shopping Centre in Chikonohono Suburb recently.
Mohadi, who is ZANU PF vice president and second secretary, was in Chinhoyi for a national clean-up exercise.
According to NewZimbabwe.com, Gerald Mandaza (27), of no fixed abode, was arrested for disorderly conduct.
He is reportedly being investigated by the police, Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO), military intelligence and other state security agents who are treating his antics with suspicion.
A leaked Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) memorandum seen by NewZimbabwe.com reads:
Gerald Mandaza NR 71-151920-S-71 aged 27 of no fixed abode, who was driving a Toyota Corrolla, olive green in colour, registration number AAV 4142, disturbed the gathering by passing through in between the crowd and VVIP tent while the national anthem was being sung.
Same was arrested for disorderly conduct and was escorted to Chinhoyi Central, where he is currently detained under DB 1030/22.
There were no fatalities or injuries in the incident.
The vehicle is currently being held at Chinhoyi Central Police Station.
Mohadi was among top government and ruling party officials injured following a bomb explosion that killed three people at White City Stadium in Bulawayo in 2018.