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"Our Police Are Not Brutal, They Respect The People" - Zimbabwean Minister

"What I have realised is that our police respect the people and they are not brutal. What other people do is that they ignore the police when they try to contain the situation."

"Our Police Are Not Brutal, They Respect The People" - Zimbabwean Minister

Kazembe Kazembe, a Zimbabwean minister, said that Zimbabwe police are not brutal and have respect for law.

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