Former minister of Home Affairs and Zanu-PF’s secretary for administration Obert Mpofu has said that there is nothing selective about the arrests of former cabinet ministers and other high profile individuals. Mpofu said the arrests were in line with Zanu-PF’s resolutions to have zero tolerance for corruption. In an interview with the Chronicle, Obert Mpofu said,
If one has committed a crime let the courts clear them. The arrests are not selective, but it is an issue where people find themselves being asked to account for their deeds or actions. I don’t think it is victimisation, but a way of trying to allow people to explain and clear themselves and there is nothing wrong…There is nothing wrong (with the arrests), it is just that people what to amplify negativity even on things that are meant to help clear the air…That is a resolution of the party and we are going to ensure that all resolutions are followed up and implemented. So we are not going to leave any of those resolutions that had been passed by the congresses.
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