Mozambique is been plagued by rising tensions and violence between the government police forces (PRM) and opposition Renamo. One of the most active fronts of political and military conflict is in the northern province of Nampula, where an elite squad of the government forces was sent to restore order. The weekly magazine, Verdade, media partner of Afronline, and Savana, interviewed an agent of the Special Forces Rapid Intervention Unit (FIR) of PRM, who reveals several “missions” to eliminate targets identified by his commanders.
One of the most active fronts of political and military conflict, which has been taking place for several months in various regions of Mozambique, is in Murrupula district in the northern province of Nampula. A contingent of government police forces (PRM) was recently dispatched to the neighborhood of Naphuco to restore order allegedly being disrupted by armed Renamo men, and a police agent was kidnapped. In actuality, it was an elite squad of government forces that was sent to the site, not normal police patrol. Read more (afronline the voice of Africa)