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Zimbabwe soldiers demand free sex for Mugabe ouster

by Staff reporter
30 Mar 2018 at 17:51hrs | Views
Zimbabwe National Army officers across the country are reportedly demanding free services from sex workers as a show of appreciation for the role the military played in Operation Restore Legacy last November, a study has revealed.

According to NewZimbabwe.com, the coup saw Emmerson Mnangagwa taking over from his boss Robert Mugabe.

The National Aids Council (NAC) and Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) carried out a study titled "Knowledge, attitudes and practices of police officers towards key populations in Zimbabwe" last month to assess police officers knowledge, attitudes and practices towards key populations such as sex workers, gays, lesbians and drug users.

During the research, the sex workers complained bitterly that soldiers, some at gunpoint across the country, were demanding free sex from them.

Titled "Knowledge, attitudes and practices of police officers towards key populations in Zimbabwe" the study also noted the negative practices of police officers. It found that instead of eradicating or halting sex work, police officers were actually promoting the trade and the rise in new HIV infections.

Male police officers were also accused of demanding free sex from the prostitutes during their patrol duties.

According to the report, demand for free sex is usually used to release those sex workers who would have been picked up on accusations such as stealing from clients.



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Source - newzimbabwe

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