Police orders Nera leaders not to use abusive language against President Mugabe during Bindura rally6 years ago
Police in Bindura have ordered leaders of the National Electoral Reform Agenda (Nera) not to use abuse language against President Robert Mugabe during their campaign rally at Aerodrome shops open space from 10am until 5pm in Bindura.
In a clearance letter dated May 12, police in Bindura gave the leaders the following conditions:
The meeting is hereby approved on the following conditions: That no inflammatory, derogatory or abusive words that may incite despondency or threaten the security of the Head of State or security officers on duty at the venue. That the door-to-door movement aimed at inflicting fear, harass or force people into attending the meeting will not be tolerated and no bussing of people from outside districts or constituencies.Feedback
Nera organising secretary Joelson Mugari yesterday said they were planning a legal challenge over the ban of their Chinhoyi rally.
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