After being deported from Zambia, Harare Locke up Biti

After being deported from Zambia, Harare Locke up  Biti

 

ZIMBABWE Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) say they have managed to track down Tendai Biti, one of the leaders of the MDC Alliance party and finally located him at CID Law and Order Section at Harare Central Police Station.

A team of ZLHR lawyers is currently representing Biti.

ZLHR will keep sharing updates regarding Biti’s

Meanwhile,PF Minister of Information Dora Siliya says Zimbabwean asylum seekers led by opposition leader Tendai Biti were not deported but handed back.

Siliya who is renown for failure to comprehend issues and speaking out of context was trying to justify the deportation of Biti after being denied asylum in Zambia.

“Biti not deported but handed back as he had not entered Zambia. His hand-over documents were processed on 8 August while his court order against his return processed on 9 August 2018,” Siliya twitted.

Simple question to Siliya, who handed back Biti?

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    DORA SLIT, YOUR CONSENQUENT FRANGIBLE COMREHENSION OF LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL ISSUES HAS LEFT AN INDELIBLE MARK ON ZAMBIA IN PARTICULER. THAT SIGNIFY THAT YOU ARE NOT A CREDIBLE MP/MINISTER WHICH IS IDEAL. DORA YOU BETTER COMPREHED WORDS BECAUSE DEPORTATION AND HANDBACK ARE SYNONIMOUSLY. WHEN WILL YOU STOP TO EMBERANCE US AS ZAMBIANS I REINSTATE AGAIN START READING ENGLISH BOOKS ITS NEVER TO LATE THERE IS NO MASTER IN ENGLISH .

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    muntungwa 5 days ago

    This bitch is a shame. Fucking bed wetter

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    Talking about deportation of Mr. Biti, my point of view is that the man was not a resident of Zambia for him to be deported. Deportation applies to a person who is a foreigner but resident in a given country. The deportation takes place when that person has been declared as not being desirable in the country of residence. Such a person can either just be deported or be declared persona non grata. Going by what I have said above, it is wrong to say Mr. Biti was deported from Zambia because he was not a resident of Zambia; he had not even crossed the border into Zambia. Therefore, in my view, what happened was that (according to reports) he was denied asylum and was returned (NOT DEPORTED) back to Zimbabwe. Finally, my understanding of asylum is that it is given to a person whose life in danger in his/her home country, following political turmoil or persecution of a political nature. Non of the foregoing is the case in Zimbabwe (at least for now).

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    There are two sides to any border point, that includes Chirundu where there is the Zimbabwean side and the Zambian side. In between there is what is known as no-man’s land, meaning it is neither in Zimbabwe nor in Zambia. Now, when someone is coming into Zambia from the Zimbabwean side, they have to first pass through the Zimbabwean immigration and then walk through the no-man’s land up to the Zambian border post. There, he/she is subjected to immigration procedures as well.

    When Biti got to the Zimbabwean immigration, it is probably without doubt that the immigration authorities there knew whom they were dealing with. The questions to ask are: why did they allow him to proceed to the Zambian side of the border, and only to alert the Zambian authorities to return him to them? Why did they not deal with him upon arrival at their border point? Or did he just sneak into Zambia without them knowing?

    In any case, in my view, the Zambian position is correct. There are international laws that govern such issues. If anything, the United Nations should have been the first to condemn Zambia if the action she took was not in accordance with international laws. Any other bodies (people) opposing Zambia’s action can simply be said to be expressing their opinions which are not backed by international laws.

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    abilima 1 week ago

    Samlindo – Each case should be handled on its own merits. Do you think that if South Africa had handed Mnangagwa over to Grace Mugabe he was going to be alive today? Or if you handed Katumbi over to Kabila, he would survive? Has Katumbi or Mnangagwa advocated for violence in their countries? Please do not transfer your anger over your failure to present a candidate in Kasenengwa.

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    This so-called Minister must be ashamed of herself. How is she running her ministry with such abject incompetency? No wonder why our beloved countries are in such a mess….

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    samlindo 1 week ago

    Not long ago Mnangagwa himself was on the run and ended up in South Africa, did you here Zuma’s minister say we are handing him over to Mugabe?, The Congolese authorities are asking for Zambia to hand over Katumbi’s brother have we done that? why act like this on Biti? already our handling of Biti and Katumbi has shown double standards on our part as a country and we should be ashamed of ourselves, let us learn to think with our brains not our tummies, the world is watching us, soon PF leaders will be scampering in all directions seeking asylum, but you have created a precedence and so how will you feel when the countries you scamper to hand you back to face us in Zambia.

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    Mwendanjagular 1 week ago

    It’s always amazing to me how such an intellectually challenged and wholly incorrigible person could be a minister in any cabinet, it’s a NULLITY! Only one explanation suffices, Dora is tradi g se.xual services for a carrear in politics. With obesity settling in, she will soon experience very scant pickings.

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    abilima 1 week ago

    Please do not make an issue of Biti – he just participated in the recent elections in his country and won a seat. Why was he trying to run away?

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    MBOLO KUKULA 1 week ago

    i always tell siliya to cuume and see me in my one-roomed brothel