“Zimbabwe Increasing Security Forces Patrols, Others Announce Support For The Vulnerable”
Exiled former Cabine Minister, Professor Jonathan Moyo has criticized President Mnangagwa for having “misplaced priorities” during critical times as the now when the country is on lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Moyo posted on Twitter in response to a post by The Herald, a state-run publication and said:
Other presidents announced that govt will support the vulnerable; while well-remunerated health workers who’ve been tested for the #COVID19 will be out in full force, with personal protective equipment, to assist the general public to keep social distancing, get tested & treated!
Below is the tweet by The Herald he was responding to:
Security forces will increase patrols during the Easter holiday which starts tomorrow in order to assist members of the general public in complying with the demands of the ongoing lockdown meant to deal with the spread of COVID19, President Mnangagwa has announced.
President Mnangagwa’s remarks follow an announcement by the Zimbabwe National Army that they, in conjunction with the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) have launched Operation Abasha Corona which is meant to make sure the citizenry adheres to the lockdown regulations.
Meanwhile, some say starvation in the country puts the lockdown in jeopardy hence the need for humanitarian assistance and provision of safety nets to assist the general populace during the lockdown and yonder.
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