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Police Warns – Anyone participating in August 16 Demo Is Committing a Crime

Paul Nyathi
Paul Nyathi speaks on August 16 Demo

Police Warns – Anyone participating in August 16 Demo Is Committing a Crime. The Zimbabwe Republic Police has warned that Nelson Chamisa’s demo scheduled for today is prohibited.

ZRP national spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi has said that the ZRP has issued a “prohibition order” to stop the August 16 Protest called for by the opposition.

Watch the video below as the Police Spokesman was on ZBC news.

But the big question is, will this stop the MDC or what? We know the army said they will not intervene in peaceful demonstrations but how true is it. More to follow.

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