AMH chairman fears for his life

ALPHA Media Holdings (AMH) chairman Trevor Ncube says he now fears for his life following mysterious visits to his Harare home by suspected members of the military intelligence over the past two weekends.

Source: AMH chairman fears for his life – NewsDay Zimbabwe August 17, 2016

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Ncube on his Facebook page wrote that the visits were intended to intimidate him.

“We have a duty to speak out against this intimidation and harassment. Could this be the same people that disappeared Itai Dzamara? Nobody knows,” Ncube wrote.

He added the matter had been reported to Highlands Police Station.

“Preliminary indications are that car registration number, BCB7664, belongs to military intelligence. The military uniform and the beret hats are similar to the Presidential Guard outfit. Strange!” Ncube said.

“Military intelligence and/or Presidential Guard visiting a civilian residence. Why? We have been warned by those familiar with both the Presidential Guard and military intelligence that this is not a good visit at all.”
Ncube’s sister, Trinity, confirmed the visits and subsequent police report.

“We are not sure about the identity of the persons who came as they refused to identify themselves. They were asking questions about the ownership of the property. I am just coming from the police to follow up on our report now,” Trinity said yesterday.