Three men who defied government orders of lockdown in Rwanda to curb the spread of the coronavirus have been killed in two different incidents.
Bloomberg said in a report that the Police shot and killed two people who defied the lockdown orders imposed by the government.
gathered that the Rwanda National Police spokesman, John Bosco Kabera, confirmed the report on Wednesday.
he police spokesman revealed that two men in their twenties “attempted to tussle with officers,” in defiance to the lockdown.
Meanwhile, in another incident, a man in Rwanda has been killed and eaten by a crocodile having violated ‘coronavirus’ lockdown orders to go fishing.
The mayor of Southern Kamonyi district, Alice Kayitesi confirmed the incident to the BBC.
Alice said, “He had broken the stay-home rule, he’s among very few people here who are not cooperating with the lockdown to stop the virus.”
The unidentified man was attacked by the croc on Wednesday in the Nyabarongo river, the news outlet reported.
Rwanda began a two-week lockdown on March 22, restricting travel between towns and cities and asking people to stay indoors.
Its measures are among the most stringent in Africa.
The East African nation has 40 confirmed Covid-19 cases