Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) national spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba has dismissed reports of post-election violence in the country. Charamba said the police had investigated reports found in private media and established that there were no cases of threats of intimidation. Said Charamba,
Investigations carried out so far have revealed that there are no threats and intimidation on anyone. As police, we would also want to reiterate that the people should report to the police if they are intimidated….investigations were carried out and the police interviewed Msasa Projects administrator Prisca Fereti and it was established that it was a false report…Currently, there is peace in Muzarabani and maybe the authors of these false messages want to cause mayhem in the area.
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