MDC-T spokesperson Obert Gutu has called on President Emmerson Mnangagwa to fire Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP Commissioner General Augustine Chihuri and get him arrested for corruption.
This comes after Chihuri was booed while pledging his allegiance to Mnangagwa at the National Sports Stadium on Friday. Said Gutu:
Chihuri must be fired and arrested for corruption, failing to cause the arrest of suspected criminals even when his juniors had prepared dockets. Instead, he would cause the arrest of complainants and abuse State resources protecting the real criminals.
Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA) chairman Christopher Mutsvangwa has also called on Chihuri to resign for failing to arrest politicians that were aligned to the G40 Faction. Said Mutsvangwa:
He failed to act on (former Tertiary Education minister) Jonathan Moyo when the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission had compiled a docket against him. He (Chihuri) kept criminals in the G40 cabal out of prison, but was quick to arrest war veterans for demanding that he arrests corrupt people. He should just resign.
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Augustine Chihuri is a retired Zimbabwe law enforcement officer and former Zimbabwe Republic Police Commissioner General. He is a war veteran who received his military training at Mgagao in Tanzania as well as the longest-serving police chief in Zimbabwe since Independence. On 13 November 2017... Read More About Augustine Chihuri
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