Mnangagwa Says Corruption Dockets Were Piling Up With No Prosecution From Ray Goba

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said that he suspended Prosecutor General Ray Goba because he was failing to prosecute corruption cases which lead to Mnangagwa receiving complaints. Mnangagwa also blamed Goba for sitting on documents, something which he says has changed since he appointed Patrick Hodzi as acting Prosecutor GEneral. Said Mnangagwa,

I believe that you are aware, that I was not happy with the prosecution, the National Prosecution Authority, because the number of criminal dockets piled in that department and not being prosecuted and the judiciary came to see me to complain about the lack of prosecution on those cases and that in terms of the law, they have the right to appeal to the President to look into that matter and I granted them permission, that is the process which led to the creation of the tribunal, which led to the suspension of the Prosecutor-General…I have no doubt that there will be change because I am against corruption

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