A diaspora group has splashed a liquid reward offer of $10,000 for information leading to the rescue of Itai Dzamara who was abducted on the 9th March in Glen View, Harare. Suspected CIO agents pretending to be police officers took
Dzamara in March after saying they were arresting him on the grounds of stealing a cow. He was abducted following his civic action calling on Robert Mugabe to step down as he is now too old. The ZDA group led by Australia based Frank Dube called on Zimbabweans to call in (Harare number 0772889217) with “credible information” on the kidnapping.
The statement said a reward will be handed to anyone who “volunteers credible information that will lead to Dzamara’s location. The statement came as the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition NGO also announced they are set to make a handsome offer for Dzamara’s find.
“We are putting together something and will be introducing a reward to anyone with information pointing to Dzamara’s whereabouts, and the person will be protected because we know that people might be afraid of disclosing who took him,” said the NGO’s Coordinator Nixon Nyikadzino. Meanwhile, a lawsuit was in the way at the time of writing as Human Rights lawyers said they are dragging the CIO to court for failing to cooperate for the Dzamara’s release. .