However, police spokesman, Charity Charamba denied that Musorowegomo had been charged with participating in politics.
“He was charged with going to school without seeking authority from the commissioner,” she said. “We have procedure and he should have followed, that procedure.”
Charamba said if Musorowegomo was telling people that he had been charged with participation in politics, then he was lying.
“We will investigate about his engagement in politics. we did not know about that,” she continued.
Contacted for comment on whether this was a precedent that the police would have to follow, Home Affairs co-minister, Theresa Makone said she was in a meeting and would comment later.
She then asked for questions in writing, which she had not yet responded to at the time of going to writing.