People are being turned away from entering Harare CBD town at police roadblocks in an unusual manner, citizens are reporting.
Today is Zimbabwe’s National Day of Prayer and Fasting.
On a normal day, only a few people are denied entry in town but today dozens of people are being returned home.
— Prof Changamire (@1changamire) June 15, 2020
Security forces manning roadblocks are forcing people to stay home and observe the national day of prayer and fasting declared by President ED Mnangagwa.
Team Pachedu, a social media influencer posted, “The police are not allowing people into Harare CBD and they are lying that today is a public holiday. ”
Pedzisai Ruhanya, prominent journalist posted,
”PEOPLE are stranded in Harare as Police Zimbabwe turn them back saying it’s a National Day of Prayer and they should remain home. That’s the danger with dubious prayers organized by politicians. Now they are forcing people to observe their charade
Here are some of the posts from citizens as they are turned away from entering Harare CBD
“Why are we being blocked from entering CBD.. Harare a no go area today.. WHY WHY WHY?? COMMAND FASTING? REGAI TINODYIRA MUDZIMBA..”
“Please return home, people are not allowed in CBD today”
“Quite difficult to get into town today being turned away so that we can go and pray”
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