Minister of Defence speaks on civilians wearing camouflage

6 years ago
Thu, 29 Dec 2016 17:41:11 GMT
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Minister of Defence speaks on civilians wearing camouflage

Responding to a question in Parliament on whether government has relaxed laws concerning civilians wearing camouflage, Defence Minister Dr Sydney Sekeramayi said he did not know how respond to the sudden ‘abuse’ of army colours by civilians.

He said:

We have also noticed that quite a good number of people are putting on camouflage; it may not be the real camouflage but the design and the colours are almost the same and it will cause a lot of confusion. What I just want to do is to synchronise with others because you remember in all these issues you have to synchronise with Home Affairs (ministry) and sometimes they are the ones who would make the Statutory Instrument or the Gazette.

Sekeramayi promised to return with the official position Wednesday afternoon but failed to pick his mobile when repeated calls were made to him by NewZimbabwe.com and did not respond either to any follow-up questions sent on his mobile via WhatsApp chat although there was confirmation he saw the message.

More: NewZimbabwe.com

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