People Who Demanded $70K Before Going To Chimanimani Given 72 Hour Ultimatum

Ali Naka has threatened to name and shame individuals who demanded and got paid $70 000 before going to Chimanimani after Cyclone Idai struck.

Naka has given the individuals 72 hours to return the money. Naka is a Zimbabwean businessman who has worked with various organisations as head of marketing. He is also a prominent Twitter personality and political commentator. Writiing on Twitter, Naka said:

Those who demanded and got paid $70 000 before going to Chimanimani, have 72 hours to return it to the State Coffers before we name and Shame.

While it is not clear who Naka is referring to, a ministerial delegation was dispatched on Sunday to assess the damage caused by Tropical Cyclone Idai in Manicaland, particularly Chimanimani which is the worst affected. The delegation comprised of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement Minister and Acting Defence Minister Perrance Shiri, Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Dr Sekai Nzenza and Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Joel Biggie Matiza. Also members of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) were deployed to help with rescue efforts.

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Template:Infobox Town Chimanimani is a Town located in Manicaland Province in Zimbabwe. Read More About Chimanimani

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Manicaland is a province which covers largely the eastern highlands and the south eastern plateau of Zimbabwe. Manicaland is one of Zimbabwe's ten administrative provinces. Mutare is the capital of Manicaland province. Read More About Manicaland

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  1. So what motives drive these teams headed for Chimanimani? When supposed voluntary humanitarian work turns out to be a business for the disaster capital merchants…….thieves are a shameless lot day and night. More could have been done before the disaster struck in the prevention phase, the response and recovery phase by all indications are but very questionable as we now here these disaster capital merchant stories.

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