An undisclosed but estimated number of 14 deported Zimbabweans from the United Kingdom have landed at the Robert Mugabe International Airport this Thursday around 1130hrs.
The returnees were whisked away by government officials using Zupco buses escorted by police to an unknown destination.
Journalists from private media were denied access neither were they allowed to capture their arrival, including their relatives and friends could not see or manage to talk to them only state broadcaster ZBC was allowed access.
According to the report, the deportees are said to have committed various offenses and been in detention in Britain.
The Foreign Affairs and International Trade Ministry’s acting spokesperson Mr Livit Mugejo confirmed the development saying these individuals are classified as Foreign National Offenders.
The remainder of around 36 Zimbabweans were saved by a High Court order in Britain while other were said to be in isolation due to Covid-19.
2 were reported to have jumped through the window from the second floor, in an attempt to escape deportation and they were reportedly no injured.
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