The ruling party Zanu Pf has broken the rules they had set for to reduce the spread of Covid-19.
In the video, Zanu’s supporters are heard singing the ‘kutonga kwaro’ song, which has lately been translated into how Mnangagwa rules – which truly fits this whole scenario.
In what can be interpreted as the selective application of the law, the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) on Thursday allowed hundreds of ZANU PF supporters to chant and dance before President Emmerson Mnangagwa at the commissioning of the Eping Forest boreholes in Nyamandlovu, Matabeleland North.
Public gatherings have been banned in Zimbabwe since 5 January 2021 as part of measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus which has claimed 1 456 lives as of yesterday.
Yesterday, police said they have made a total of 458 251 arrests since the onset of the coronavirus lockdown nearly a year ago and it remains to be seen if any arrests will be made at the Namandlovu event.
Watch the video below (Credit: ZimLive):
Source | Pindula | ZimLive