Local government minister July Moyo has warned Zanu PF officials who are allegedly grabbing relief items donated to victims of Cyclone Idai in Chimanimami.
Mail and Telegraph reports Moyo said reports Zanu-PF officials grabbed the relief items were not true. Addressing a press briefing on Tuesday, Moyo, who was accompanied by other cabinet ministers who include Perence Shiri (Lands), Monica Mutsvangwa (Information), Nqobizitha Mangaliso Ndlovu (Industry), Paul Mavima (education) and Sithembiso Nyoni (women), warned that any attempt to politicise food distribution to Cyclone Idai victims will not be tolerated.
He said what could have happened was that the Zanu PF youths could have offered to transport the goods to affected areas in their party branded vehicles and the act could have been interpreted to mean that the youths had grabbed the goods.
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