Army To Tighten ED’s Security Following Bulawayo Bomb Blast
President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s close protection will be tightened following a botched attempted assassination of the head of State at a rally in Bulawayo.
This comes after it emerged that Mnangagwa’s protection was so defective that it dangerously increased the likelihood that an assassination plan involving one or more assassins would succeed.
Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) spokesperson Colonel Overson Mugwisi; told a news conference yesterday that they will carry out an immediate and in-depth review of Mnangagwa’s security.
In response to the Bulawayo bomb,
“Normally when such incidents take place, that calls obviously for a review of the security with a view of improving them. That is certainly going to be done”, Mugwisi said.
While the protection of the president has primarily been the autonomous duty of the Police Protection Unit (PPU), this role was delegated to the Presidential Guard which is under the army after the fall of Robert Mugabe.
Even Mnangagwa’s Presidential Aide De Camp (ADC) is now from the army, not the police as was the previous case, with an inter-agency security arrangement now surrounding him.
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