The banned church – which forbids its members to own modern gadgets, attend school or seek professional medical attention – borders on a cult and police have grounds to enforce the ban passed by the Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe. The citizenry however seemed uninterested in the background story.
Zimbabweans have endured unwarranted searches, beatings, extortion, bribery and shoddy service from a police force that often shows the brutality of its predecessor, the BSAP.
In recent years, ZRP has been culpable for the loss of lives resulting from reckless high speed chases as kombi drivers flee police who constantly seek bribes. Police have also been the government apparatus in farm evictions and home demolitions. Rather than being a source of security, the police have become a symbol of oppression.Post published in: News