Concern Over Police Presence At Medical Centre Where Tortured MDC Alliance Leaders Are Admitted
18 May 2020
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By Own Correspondent| The opposition MDC Alliance has raised concerns over the heavy Police presence at a medical centre where party female leaders are admitted for medical treatment.

Posting on Twitter, the MDC said the police presence warranted further harassment of the trio who were tortured and sexually abused last week.

“Heavy presence of @PoliceZimbabwe at the medical centre where Joanna Mamombe, Cecillia Chimbiri and Netsai Marova are admitted has become a cause for concern. We view this as continued harrassment which negatively affects the psychological recovery of the 3,” the party’s welfare arm said.

The three Joana Mamombe, Cecilia Chimbiri and Netsai Marova were allegedly abducted by police while coming from a demonstration in Warren Park last week.

They were initially arrested but later disappeared before they were later dumped in Bindura two days after.

They allege being sexually abused and dehumanised after their captors forced them to eat human excreta.