TWO men landed themselves in the dock for trespassing into ZIFA president Phillip Chiyangwa’s company premises in Waterfalls.
David, 56, and Liberty Rwisanai Jakarasi, 22, were taken to the Harare magistrates’ court after they reportedly trespassed into Chiyangwa’s Jetmaster factory premises at Nyarungu Farm in Waterfalls.
The two were being charged with criminal trespass.
They were however spared from prosecution after the court removed them from remand.
This was after Chiyangwa, who was cited as the complainant, failed to avail himself to court.
David and Liberty will only return to court by way of summons.
Allegations facing the duo were that on an unknown date but during the period extending from September 2010 to December 2015 David and Liberty went to Jetmaster factory at Nyarungu Farm in Waterfalls
They reportedly started pegging residential stands in factory.
It was alleged that they removed the fence on the Northern, West and Southern sides of factory in question.
Paradzai Gudo, the chief security officer at Jetmaster Engineering, reportedly advised the two to stop pegging residential stands in his company’s yards since it was a private property.
David and Liberty seemed to have developed a deaf ear and went on to build a two-roomed house which prompted him to lodge a complaint with the police.
The two were taken to court where they were removed from further remand after Chiyangwa failed to avail himself to testify in the matter.
Chiyangwa was cited as the complainant.