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The Mozambican authorities is denying allegations circulating in the South African press last week that 90 individuals acting to all extents and purposes like members of the fundamentalist Islamist group ISIS had entered and settled in Mozambique.
The authorities’ position was expressed by Mozambique police spokesman Inacio Dina at a press conference in Maputo on Saturday.
According to Inacio Dina, this is false information circulated by the RDP and on social networks and other information and communication platforms.
Dina said that the police, through its various specialties, including border, coastal and river police, together with other defence and security forces, remain committed to ensuring the safety and security of the national border in order to prevent any ill-intentioned person entering and committing crimes in Mozambique.
The police appeals to all citizens to report any movement or gathering that might disturb public order and tranquillity so that appropriate measures might be taken.
— Sam Ratner (@samratner) April 13, 2018
Source: Rádio Moçambique / TVM /Miramar