Chamisa's supporters storm police voting venue

Chamisa's supporters storm police voting venue
Published: 14 July 2018
ANTI-RIOT police were called in to disperse hordes of MDC Alliance supporters who had stormed Bulawayo's Ross Camp to "monitor" the police postal voting process which spilled into Friday.

During the process Friday, MDC Alliance supporters in party regalia took time to stage a demonstration over what was initially an opaque process.

The placard waving MDC faithful also kept a watchful eye on the voting by police officers.

Anti-riot police were called to disperse the restive crowd.

Gift Banda, who is provincial chair for the Nelson Chamisa led MDC-T, said police ordered the Alliance supporters to vacate the venue.

He said before their ejection from the venue, the police officers seemed to have been granted their right to vote in secret.

"At least there was order and a bit of transparency this morning," Banda said.
- newzimbabwe
Tags: Chamisa,


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