ZANU-PF Preacher Wants Rivals Charged With Contempt

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ZANU-PF Preacher Wants Rivals Charged With Contempt

Obadiah Musindo, Destiny of Afrika Network (Danet) founder, has petitioned the High Court to charge nine individuals from a rival organisation, Avalon Destiny for disrespecting the court after they allegedly interfered with his operations in violation of a court interdict issued against them.

The Zanu-PF aligned churchman claims that his rivals have been defying court orders by continuously interfering with his business. Musindo’s lawyers wrote:

This affidavit is deposed to in support of an application to obtain an order that the first to 9th respondents be committed for contempt of court alternatively a suspended sentence be imposed on them.

The application is based on the fact that the respondents despite having knowledge of a court order interdicting them from interfering with the operations and activities of the applicant and its members have continuously interfered with the operations and activities of the applicant.

Musindo’s organisation is in the business of carrying out developmental projects chief among the projects is the development of land into residential stands for low-income earning members of the society.

On February 6, 2018, Musindo filed an application seeking the court’s order to ban his rivals from interfering with his business. Despite obtaining the order, his rivals reportedly tried to bar members of his organisation from attending meetings.

The respondents also blocked my vehicle from exiting the venue.

This deliberate disregard of the order of this honourable court ought to be purged in order for the rule of law to be respected.

The respondents have not yet responded.

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