Henry Hamadziripi

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Henry Hamadziripi

Henry Hamadziripi was a Zimbabwean politician, member of the Dare ReChimurenga, member and co-founder of ZANU. Hamadziripi was allegedly involved together with Joram Gumbo, Mukudzei, Joseph Chimurenga and Augustine Chihuri in the 1978 rebellion against the ZANU's top leadership.[1]


Hamadziripi and Mukudzei Midzi were jailed by Robert Mugabe in Mozambique in 1978 for rebelling against his leadership.


It was reported that Hamadziripi died a pauper and were denied burial at Zimbabwe National Heroes Acre.