President Mugabe yesterday warned traffic police against engaging in corruption at roadblocks and challenged them to improve their education.
Speaking at Morris Depot in Harare at a passout parade of 593 graduands, the President advised the cops to be upright in the execution of their duties.
“I am told, while performing your duty, lots of temptation will visit you, especially police officers manning roadblocks. Such temptation, I am reliably informed, is blind to gender or age and is not regional or tribalistic. Be warned!” he said.
President Mugabe called for unity as the country heads towards the harmonised elections next year. state media