WATCH: Security situation in Harare on Monday
Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights had posted on Twitter that they are receiving news that some passengers are stranded as members of ZRP turning public transport operators back to CBD saying it's a mini-holiday.
Breaking News: Soldiers on the streets of Harare intimidating people telling them to go back home to "pray & fast". @edmnangagwa are we now also in the business of COMMAND PRAYERS? New low for our country! @PedzisaiRuhanya @rose_hanzi @bustoptv @ZLHRLawyers @DougColtart @zimlive— Lenon Rwizi 🇿🇼 (@lenon_rwizi) June 15, 2020
PEOPLE are stranded in Harare as @PoliceZimbabwe turn them back saying its a National Day of Prayer and they should remain home. Thats the danger with dubious prayers organised by politicians. Now they are forcing people to observe their charade— Pedzisai Ruhanya (@PedzisaiRuhanya) June 15, 2020
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We @ZLHRLawyers are receiving news that some passengers are stranded as members of ZRP turning public transport operators back to CBD saying its a mini-holiday. Is that true @PoliceZimbabwe? Reports that public transport being turned away at Mabvuku turn off along Mutare Rd.— ZLHR (@ZLHRLawyers) June 15, 2020