Some human rights groups have also called for immediate and unconditional release of Zimbabwean political activist and pastor, Evan Mawarire.
Mawarire. has been remanded in custody for the next two weeks after his arrest on Wednesday.
Amnesty International has said in a statement that Mawarire has “committed no crime but to take a stand against human rights violations”.
They described his arrest as politically motivated and designed to intimidate and harass him.
The Human Rights Watch also described the charges against him as a sham.
If found guilty of subverting a constitutional government, Pastor Evan Mawarire faces 20 years in prison.