News:Moyo Speaks On Police Brutality. Uses Tsvangirai & Dzamara's Photos

<vote /> Higher and Tertiary Education Minister Jonathan Moyo has joined the growing list of people publicly condemning police brutality against peaceful protesters that has left several people injured.

Moyo yesterday took to Twitter, to express his concern over police actions and used Morgan Tsvangirai and Patson Dzamara's pictures to illustrate his point, <shtml version="2" keyname="Wiki admin" hash="b3fb05005ef3887655a0bb4e53f2edad1fb0ca3fbd3dc0cc2dd84774f538a8f2">

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When asked to clarify his tweets, Moyo told NewsDay

. . . at issue is a specific and isolated incident involving unlawful violence that deserves to be wholly condemned as a specific incident without any reservation whatsoever since it violates constitutional rights and risks tarnishing the image of both the police and the country.

Information minister Christopher Mushohwe this week defended police action. Read more on this here.

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