"Kwenda Kabisa, Toka,"These were part of words said by family members as they continued to confront the journalists.The group of journalists were forced to flee from the scene.As the confrontation intensified.
Photo of journalists.
The Journalists were are alleged to have visited the family.This is in a bid to collect information from them.
However,it all turned out to be chaotic.In a video shared online.A man is heard warning them.He is heard saying,"you're trespassing , don't be stupid."Later he is joined by other family members.Who help him vacating the journalists.
Luckily ,police officers were available and had to salvage the situation.The journalists were forced to leave.
The video shared online, sparked mixed reactions from citizens.Who criticized the act.Many warned the members of the public from physically confronting or assaulting journalists.
Here are their different opinions regarding the matter:
It is wrong for members of the public to attack journalists.Please take precautions.
Video on this link:https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=140574091425773
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