Police summon Alick Macheso

HARARE - Sungura musician Alick Macheso was yesterday summoned to Harare Central Police Station where police wanted to question him in connection with allegations that he is inciting his fans to bash photojournalists at his concerts.

Macheso was said to be in Muzarabani for a humanitarian assignment, but has been decreed to report to Harare Central Police Station on Thursday.

Assistant commissioner Crispen Makedenge, the officer commanding CID Law and Order Division, was said to be handling the matter.

He referred the Daily News to Police General Headquarter but efforts to obtain comment from there were futile at the time of going to print.

William Tsandukwa, who manages the musician’s band, breathed fire against journalists, claiming they had an agenda to destroy the band.

Macheso has been fuming since imprudent photographs of him and his female fans were published in a local daily.

At a show last weekend, the musician reportedly complained that the pictures could lead people to jump to the wrong conclusion that he had amorous ties with the women.

Comments (7)

anti-macheso crusade!

George Charamba - 10 February 2015

Ngarohwe nzvimbo yemafaro haisi yekutya kuita zvaunoda nekuti pane munhu achatora maphotoes. Basa ngariitwe masikati. Iwe unobhadharwa kutora vanhu usiku here rohwa

wanguc - 10 February 2015

Ngarohwe nzvimbo yemafaro haisi yekutya kuita zvaunoda nekuti pane munhu achatora maphotoes. Basa ngariitwe masikati. Iwe unobhadharwa kutora vanhu usiku here rohwa

wanguc - 10 February 2015

Ngarohwe nzvimbo yemafaro haisi yekutya kuita zvaunoda nekuti pane munhu achatora maphotoes. Basa ngariitwe masikati. Iwe unobhadharwa kutora vanhu usiku here rohwa

wanguc - 10 February 2015

Ngarohwe nzvimbo yemafaro haisi yekutya kuita zvaunoda nekuti pane munhu achatora maphotoes. Basa ngariitwe masikati. Iwe unobhadharwa kutora vanhu usiku here rohwa

wanguc - 10 February 2015

ATTENTION HARARE CAR OWNERS!!! It has come to my attention that there are thieves that are moving around in free parking places around the greater Harare (along the Avenues Areas, Fifth Street, Livingstone Avenue, etc.) stealing from parked cars. These thieves are targeting small items like grill badges, fog light covers, wheel covers, etc. and any other outside accessories on cars. The thieves' modus operandi is that they pretend to be the car owners or those guys who clean vehicles before stripping the vehicle of some of these accessories. Please make sure that when you park on these free parking bays you reverse park as their main target are accessories on the front of the vehicle. Also make sure that all doors are locked and report any suspicious person milling around cars to the police. PLEASE SHARE THIS INFORMATION WITH FRIENDS AND RELATIVES.

tino zagorakis - 11 February 2015

But when a certain high placed lady threatened the daily news and Newsday reporters at a rally the police remained mum

Kudakwashe - 11 February 2015

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