Prominent Social Media Personality, Ali Naka, Goes After RBZ. Alleges Corruption

Prominent Pan Africanist Twitter personality, Ali Naka, who is known for his tweets on African political leadership, posted a number of tweets on Saturday 23 March 2019, alleging corruption at the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe and general lack of leadership by the government.

Naka, whose criticism is usually leveled against the opposition in Zimbabwe’s landscape, said he has come across information on the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe and some apparently politically connected individuals, that is “heartbreaking”.

Said Naka:

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe gold reserves have gone low because a SON of a Prominent Zanu pf Official is fronting Benedict Peters by buying all the gold. Fellow citizens, this leadership is not taking us anywhere! Information I have come across over the past 48hours is heartbreaking

May Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe advise how much they pay Auxilia Mnangagwa for her “worthy” visits. George Guvamatanga, can you as well confirm speculation that 1st Lady was given $500k to go to New York. Whatever your response, l will gladly archive.

A senior Politician who has been looting with Africa Chrome Fields to mine and loot foreign currency from Zimbabwe must stop it IMMEDIATELY. Enough is Enough

In 2014 when Mugabe and wife were growing long tails I made a few phone calls and visits to those in their circles. This week I made a few calls. The rest history will judge.

Corruption in Zimbabwe has done more harm than sanctions! Unfortunately Sanctions affect the poor more than those who take 70k to Chimanimani


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One Comment on “Prominent Social Media Personality, Ali Naka, Goes After RBZ. Alleges Corruption

  1. Running a nation or an economy is a science, it is not just a game of wishing to run a nation for there is real God’s grace that goes with it and in the absence of God’s hand we continually witness these toxic habits in official circles and so on

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