In statement, Director of army public relations lieutenant colonel Alphios Makotore dismissed a message circulating on social media that the Zimbabwe National Army is recruiting.
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These false notifications, which are currently in circulation on WhatsApp, are to the effect that there will be a recruitment exercise by the ZNA throughout the country’s provinces during the months of May and June 2017. The false notifications are directing all prospective applicants to report to the nearest military institutions in Midlands, Manicaland, Masvingo, Matabeleland South and Matabeleland North provinces. The army wishes to categorically make it clear that there is no such recruitment taking place. The criminal elements masquerading as recruitment agents are not representing the ZNA or any of its members in any way. . . these notices are fake and false hence they must be dismissed with the contempt they deserve. ZNA . . . does not recruit through agents and social media. The origins of these fake messages are being investigated and the criminal elements, once apprehended, will be prosecuted.
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