Zimbabwe Republic Police have urged members of the public to help curb corruption in the country by reporting corrupt officers.
This was said by the Officer Commanding Harare Province, Commissioner Bernard Dumbura who in his Christmas message delivered on Friday said:
Let me reiterate that the police does not condone any form of corruption. Help us, therefore, to weed out all forms of corruption. Report any corrupt officers that you come across. Also remember that it is said, it takes two to tango.
His remarks come amidst reports which purport that some police officers are asking for bribes from members of the public who would have been found on the wrong side of the law whilst some members of the public on their own accord offer to pay bribes as the consequences of breaking the law will be outweighing the bribes they would have offered to pay.
Reports suggest that the police usually prey on motorists and business people who find it tiresome to have their cases taken to police stations.
More: The Herald
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