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    Monday, 29 June 2015

    Zanu-PF youths clash with female cop

    THERE was pandemonium near Gweru Central Police Station yesterday when some Zanu-PF youths from Matabeleland region were involved in a scuffle with a female police officer.

    They accused her of corruption and tearing a poster of President Robert Mugabe from the vehicle they were travelling in.
    Zanu-PF youths clash with female cop
    The youths shoved her and removed her hat as they tried to show their disapproval of her actions. They accused the police officer of tearing the President's poster as well as tearing a Youth League T-shirt that was worn by one of them.

    The youths from Matabeleland South, Bulawayo and Matabeleland North provinces were coming from the Zanu-PF Youth League National Assembly in Harare.

    Const Ndlovu parked her service vehicle before approaching the driver of the commuter omnibus which the youths were travelling in. The policewoman and the kombi driver then scuffled and the driver's T-shirt was torn in the process. Youths who were on board the commuter omnibus then came out intending to help the driver.

    Witnesses said the police officers tried to arrest the kombi driver for operating without a permit.

    Butholezwe Ngwenya, who was part of the youths, however, said the police tried to stop their vehicle in the middle of the road and their driver refused as he feared to endanger the lives of his passengers.
    Source: Chronicle

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