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Police speak on why they chased away people in Bulawayo City

The Bulawayo Central Business District was turned into a restricted zone, Tuesday, as security forces turned away thousands of residents while most businesses were forced to shut down operations.

Residents who had woken up in the wee hours to queue at banks were also chased away by the security forces.

In an interview with CITE, Bulawayo Police Spokesperson, Inspector Abednico Ncube said there was nothing amis with the operation as they were enforcing the Level 2 regulations.

”Vendors were mushrooming and many people roamed the streets. People should realize that we are still in Level 2 of the National Lockdown and there are regulations that have to be followed because COVID-19 is still a threat,”

Police speak on why they chased away people in Bulawayo City

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