Incarceration takes away some liberties such as freedom of movement and association but even in custody the freedom of worship is guaranteed.

In-fact in Zimbabwe, issues of religion and spirituality flourish more as highlighted in the following report.

They might be incarcerated but their faith and religion is not, for as a candle cannot burn without fire, men cannot live without a spiritual life.

The Nyaus commonly known as Zvigure are also found within the walls of the Harare Central Prison.

For some, given a jail term might signal the death of their faith but for those who have found a new life in god while serving time, incarceration brings them closer to God.

While other religions are spiritually strengthening the same cannot be said for, Sekuru Chimoto an ardent traditional follower who said he has not eaten sadza for almost a year for his tradition only allows him to consume sadza cooked from a clay pot.

According to Karl Max religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions.

It is the opium of the people.