Mnangagwa’s Special Anti-Corruption Unit Is Not Paid By The Gvt, They Are Volunteers – Minister Ziyambi

Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Ziyambi Ziymbi has denied that the Special Anti-Corruption Unit which was set up by President Emmerson Mnangagwa is usurping the powers of the National Prosecution Authority. Ziyambi said the unit was made up of volunteers who were not being paid for their service by the government. Said Ziyambi,

We have one National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) and we have within the office of the President a Special Anti-Corruption Unit that was set up, manned by experienced former prosecutors…This unit does not have prosecutorial powers. It was a way of strengthening the NPA’s capacity to prosecute. There are clear roles that are there without usurping the powers of the NPA by the unit…these prosecutors are volunteering. They are not being paid, but they have said they are patriotic Zimbabweans who want to help their country in the fight against corruption.

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2 comments on “Mnangagwa’s Special Anti-Corruption Unit Is Not Paid By The Gvt, They Are Volunteers – Minister Ziyambi

  1. heheeeeeede volunteers in Zanu Pf . we are not ignorant of your devises. If NPA is an independent PA, why apoint a watch dog. heheeeeede Ziyambi!!!!!

  2. That’s why corruption in Zimbabwe will never go away. The corrupt ones cannot investigate themselves. That’s why they volunteered. So that they will not be caught. That’s rubbish!!! Zimbabweans are not daft Ziyambi.

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