Mutare City Council has resolved to approach the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) to investigate Mutasa South legislator Irene Zindi (Zanu PF) for allegedly grabbing a council house and fraudulently registering it in her name.
Zindi reportedly occupied the house when she was part of a commission running the affairs of Mutare City Council after the disbandment of the MDC-T-controlled council led by the late Misheck Kagurabadza a few years ago. Mutare City Council’s decision to approach ZACC came to light during a full council meeting yesterday in Mutare where councillor Crispen Dube requested to see the copy of the letter set to be handed to Zacc before saying that she should have been involved in the drafting of the letter. However, town clerk Joshua Maligwa shotdown Dube’s request and said that the drafting of such letters was the prerogative of council administrators.
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