ZANU PF Gokwe-Nembudziya MP Justice Mayor Wadyajena has taken Borrowdale Brooke Homeowners Association (BBHOA) chairperson Shingi Munyeza to court after accusing him of violating rules governing the residence.

Wadyajena was sued by the association for disorderly conduct and making noise at night, disturbing the peace of other residents.

In an urgent chamber application  addressed to the Respondant BBHOA through his lawyers, Machingura Legal Practitioners, Wadyajena challenged the disciplinary measures saying they were illegal and arbitrary.

Wadyajena said: “My family and I continue to be inconvenienced because entering and leaving the estate as a visitor is unduly cumbersome because of the vetting and security checks.”

Ruling on the matter, High Court judge Justice Never Katiyo on Wednesday ordered that BBHOA immediately restore legislator Mayor Wadyejena’s access rights to the Estate by reactivating his vehicle tags.

The High Court also ruled that Borrowdale Brooke Estate Home Owners Association should never deactivate Hon Wadyajena’s access tags without a court order.