Mnangagwa's US$1 million Coronavirus tender saga takes new twist
The letter is a response to reports that the company is linked to Collins Mnangagwa.
In a letter signed by one llir Dedja , the company said they shall approach all publications that peddled this false information and demand unequivocal retractions.
Read the full letter below:
We have noted with concern that some defamatory publications continue to make unsubstantiated claims that we are in partnership and/or associated with Zimbabwe's first family. We have never met, communicated or done any business with any members of the first family.
In an article published by ‘The Anchor' on 2! April 2020 we stated that all our dealings are above board and that we do not work with any politicians in Zimbabwe. The same articles are devoid of credibility in that no attempt(s) were made to obtain comments from any of the individuals mentioned.
In short, @GGuvamatanga approved a fraudulent overpayment of US$662,720 to @edmnangagwa's son for Covid19 supplies. @nickmangwana is lying that @edmnangagwa saw this & flagged it in Cabinet. There are no Cabinet records to support this. @MthuliNcube is going to deny everything. pic.twitter.com/Oatsbpwu2m— Fadzayi Mahere 🇿🇼 (@advocatemahere) May 28, 2020
Further, no attempts were made to obtain our comments and views on these malicious allegations. All allegations associating us with politicians are calculated at discrediting our good service record internationally and in Zimbabwe.
All Zimbabwean procurement laws were followed by our compliance arm and we are delivering in terms of an agreement that is extant. Mr Dilesh Nguwaya is our sole representative in Zimbabwe and his mandate is limited.
We reserve our right to take legal action against publications that continue to publish falsehoods and associate us with politically exposed persons. We shall approach all publications that peddled this false information and demand unequivocal retractions. We shall sue all individuals propagating these falsehoods on social media.