Harare’s Gunshot Victims Identified. Possible Case Of Mistaken Identity By Chinese Shooters, Twitter Suggests

Posts coming on Twitter are suggesting that the gun violence alleged to have occurred Monday night in Harare could have been the result of mistaken identity by the Chinese shooters.

A tweet identifying two victims of the incident with photos posted by the prominent journalist, Maynard Manyowa, reads:

https://twitter.com/iAmKudaMaynard/status/965869060960456704

Initial reports suggested the shooters were targeting a team that had attempted to rob them at their restaurant – allegedly The Great Wall Chinese Restaurant in Avondale. However, the identity of the restaurant, as well as the cause of the shooting, has not been confirmed by the police so far.

Video: Scene of Harare Gun Violence. Allegedly Chinese Restaurant Owners Shot at Suspected Robbers

This is a developing story and we’ll be posting updates as we get them…

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3 comments on “Harare’s Gunshot Victims Identified. Possible Case Of Mistaken Identity By Chinese Shooters, Twitter Suggests

  1. Imagine a bunch of Zimbabweans shooting up a Chinese in China. Their government would’ve pounced on it. I hope they are charged if it is a case of mistaken identity.

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