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David Hundeyin Leaves Zimbabwe After Being Detained For 7 Hours


Investigative journalist, David Hundeyin has been allowed to leave Zimbabwe.

He left the country hours after he was detained at the airport for no reason.

In a Twitter post after he was detained without any explanation, he wrote:

“I landed in Zimbabwe earlier today, and I have been detained at Harare Airport inside a smelly locked room for nearly 7 hours.

They said that despite using the travel document of a country with a visa-free relationship, my nationality is still Nigerian, and thus, I need a visa.”

Updating his Twitter followers after his tweet about his detention went viral, he wrote that he has now been allowed to leave the country:

“Being escorted to the boarding gate for my flight now. The Ugandan lady appears to be getting sent back to Addis. I’m not sure why. She is visibly upset. Feel very helpless in all this.”

Explaining that he has successfully left Zimbabwe, David tweeted:

“Landed. Safe and well. I was untouched and unharmed. Battery is nearly dead. Will update when I reach my secondary destination.

Thanks for the immense pressure and support🙏🏿

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