Paranormal Incidents Force Police Out of Gwambe Police Base
Thursday 6th, June 2024
Bulilima, Matabeleland South - The Gwambe police base has been abandoned by officers who claim they were being terrorised by goblins at night, according to local officials.

Ward 2 Councillor Mabed Ngulani confirmed the unusual situation, stating, “We built a police station for the officers, and initially, they patrolled in pairs. However, they haven’t been able to stay for extended periods”.

The male officers reported experiencing nightly harassment by female goblins. “They described being harassed - bodies being violated, doors opening on their own, and things climbing on the roof - making it impossible to sleep”, Cllr Ngulani explained.

A meeting held last week with village heads and police officials from Plumtree addressed the matter. “The police from Plumtree withdrew the officers from Gwambe, stating they wouldn’t endanger them further”, Cllr Ngulani said.

The local chief also reportedly addressed the situation and cautioned villagers against such behaviour.

“Police came yesterday and said we should look for another alternative accommodation but there is no accommodation at Gwambe school and they will be using the clinic as an office. We haven’t got accommodation but we asked them to come back and we will see if the attacks continue”, Cllr Ngulani added.

Matabeleland South police spokesperson Inspector Loveness Mangena said she was not aware of the matter.

The Gwambe police base is situated approximately 60 kilometres from Plumtree. The situation has drawn attention to the challenges faced by law enforcement in rural areas where traditional beliefs are strong and can impact the effectiveness of modern institutions.
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