ZACC says “legal gymnastics” will not save top officials from being investigated for corruption

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) commissioner responsible for investigation, Goodson Nguni, has said that “legal gymnastics” by top Government officials will not stop them from being investigated.

Addressing journalists during a press conference meant to clear the air regarding a $51 000 story published by NewsDay, Nguni said,

The story that came out in the private media saying Zacc was clashing with the OPC is full of falsehoods. The OPC has been very supportive of the Commission, they have never interfered in what we are doing here. The President is very clear, he does not believe in corruption and he is of the view that anyone accused should carry his cross and must go to court with their lawyers present to defend themselves. We are not facing any obstacles. In Government’s 10-Point Plan, anti-corruption strategies are outlined there. Some officials can play legal gymnastics, but that will not take matters away from them.

More: Herald


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