ZEC Speaks On WhatsApp Recording Of “Soldier” Working As Undercover Intelligence Operative

In a statement, Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) acting chief elections officer Mr Utloile Silaigwana dismissed allegations made by a person claiming to be a Zimbabwe National Army member working as an undercover intelligence operative in the electoral body.

He said the message is meant to tarnish the image of ZEC. Said Silaigwana:

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission hereby alerts members of the public against individuals who are bent on tarnishing the image of the commission by circulating false information on WhatsApp, purporting to be linked either directly or indirectly to the commission. This comes in the wake of a recording circulating on the application of an individual who is purporting to be a member of the Zimbabwe National Army at ZEC as an undercover intelligence operative.

He also denied that ZEC has serving soldiers in its employment. ZEC refuted claims that the use of the code *265# to confirm one’s registration status was meant to remove certain groups of registrants from the provisional voters’ roll. 

More: Herald

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3 comments on “ZEC Speaks On WhatsApp Recording Of “Soldier” Working As Undercover Intelligence Operative

  1. Thus true,lion won’t change,zanu pf failed us as youth must go and rest we dont even need it as an opposition,we need opposition which add value to our country.We never worked in Zim but we are graduates if they are going to rig we will be visitors in Zim more youth will immigrat.

  2. no smoke without fire kungorambawo zvenyu mungati kudii, bt nerimwe zuva zvichabuda pachena tichaisiya nyika ino zvakare Jehovah vachatonga muzvokwadii

  3. Saka iwo masoja ndiwo avakungoita mabasa ekungo chinjanisa, vamwe tisina pekutangira. They are rpopoted, retired and given senior civilian posts, why, for what yet there are lots of capable civilians out there looking for employment.

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