How Zimbabweans Reacted To Claim That Civilians Stole Military & Police Uniforms

This evening, The Zimbabwe Republic Police and the Military addressed a joint press conference where they claimed that civilians stole their uniforms. The two security arms asked that the uniforms be surrendered.

Below are some of the reactions to the statement by Zimbabweans on Twitter:

 


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https://twitter.com/buildzimbabwe/status/1086690806361141249

 

 

 

 

https://twitter.com/VNyamweda/status/1086679239313772544

 

https://twitter.com/ZimDem38/status/1086683088720183298

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One Comment on “How Zimbabweans Reacted To Claim That Civilians Stole Military & Police Uniforms

  1. Should citizens then be suspicious of cops and soldiers in uniform since they are no longer sure who is authentic and who is not? That seems the take away from this presser for me. Hectic!

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How Zimbabweans Reacted To Claim That Civilians Stole Military & Police Uniforms