Last week, I saw the youngest Member of Parliament in Zimbabwe, Joana Mamombe being whisked into prison. Her crime was that she organised the wear the black campaign against fuel hikes. She waved her hand. What was peculiar about this picture was a mother holding a baby in her arms. Like millions around the world, I wondered what crime this baby must have committed. I was left a question. Amid the political, economic and social turmoil in Zimbabwe, are babies being imprisoned? The Children’s Act 2002 in Zimbabwe, forbids children to be in Police cells. But why was this baby in prison?