9 police officers armed with guns & teargas attempt to disrupt Tsvangirai’s meeting in Mugabe’s home province

Morgan Tsvangirai’s spokesperson, Luke Tamborinyoka told The Standard that 9 police officers armed with guns and teargas  attempted to disrupt Tsvangirai’s meeting held in village 22 in the Nyamakate area in Hurungwe, Mashonaland West and allegedly threatened the property owner, Tadius Mazuduri, who refused to budge.

Tomborinyoka said the team of nine, that was  and led by Makuti officer in charge Inspector Mugari, only moved away after they were confronted by villagers who refused to have their rights violated. Said Tomborinyoka:

The police’s attempted disruption of the meeting confirmed President Tsvangirai’s message during his provincial tours, that though the country was independent, Zimbabweans did not enjoy the requisite freedoms for which  they waged a brutal war and which freedoms are enshrined in the Constitution.

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