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The corruption commission

21 Jul 2019 at 20:56hrs | Views
The Zimbabwe Corruption Commission (ZACC) just like all other Zimbabwean commissions is a joke and a total worst of the tax payers' money. It is for the so called commissioners' pirks and good life and nothing more. You will see them going after small thieves that are not in Zanu-PF and living the pillars of corruption and therefore not solving the problem. The only reason they had for appointing Mrs Lois Matanda-Moyo is to put a shield over the real corruption gurus.

They don't want to be touched and so they have simply shut the door. The killer is in the main house and you need a sharp shooter to take him out and not an accomplice. Check the history of the players here and you will catch my drift. We are being played right in our faces and I think we can all are that.

There are no passports issued, of course to those who can't pay unreceited money in US dollars as there's no material to produce theirs and the corruption commission does not know that, or may be they don't see it as corruption. Also hear this - drivers' licenses are not printed because there is no material to print them but (and listen carefully) at the CMED offices in Harare, if you have 150 US dollars you can have yours printed in a couple  of minutes.

You think the corruption commission does not know that? Joking, unless we are having 365 fooling days. Government should concentrate on solving the politics so we can have a real government and then we can build transparent institutions to enhance our democracy. Now its not the time. By the way in what currency is Mthuli Ncube's salary? His rent should be in US dollars - at the Miekles Hotel?

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Source - Clemen Moyo
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