Matemadanda Says Corrupt ZANU PF & Govt Officials Should Resign

Victor Matemadanda, the newly appointed Zanu-PF Secretary for the Commissariat has said that senior Government officials and party bigwigs who are implicated in corrupt activities should just resign.

Matemadanda was speaking in an interview today with the Herald. He said:

Leaders should not be involved in corrupt activities. Those implicated in corrupt activities be it a Politburo member or minister should clear their names before the courts before taking public office.

For those in influential positions should resign and clear their names.

They should not wait for the President to nail them in public. They should not wait for the President to force them to resign, they should do the honorary way. Let them clear their names to gain confidence from the people.

His remarks follow recent reports suggesting that ZANU PF bigwigs at the party headquarters were demanding huge bribes from investors who end up deciding not to invest. Last week, president Emmerson Mnangagwa also lamented the prevalence of corruption and bureaucracy which he said were chasing investors away.

More: The Herald

Victor MatemadandaZANU-PF

Victor Matemadanda is a Zimbabwean liberation War veteran and politician. He is the current Deputy Minister for War Veterans. Matemadanda is the Secretary General of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA). Matemadanda is a member of Zanu-PF and he is part of the... Read More About Victor Matemadanda

Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (ZANU PF) is a liberation war movement/party that has been ruling Zimbabwe since the country attained its independence in 1980. The party's main agenda was to liberate the country from the bondage of settler regime led by Ian... Read More About ZANU-PF

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  1. godfrey chikowore Reply

    There is surely at this point in time urgent need to make consultations on how other fast growing and established economies as China, Britain, Russia, Japan, Northern Korea handle issues of corruption, Zimbabweans certainly have come of age with this shameful scourge which needs a totally different approach and leadership generation to deal with it terminally.

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