The Zanu-PF Youth League anti-corruption crusade has been by the party’s Women’s League which pledged to support the crusade. This comes after the youths announced a list of individuals alleged to be involved in corrupt and underhand dealings deliberately meant to sabotage the economy and President Mnangagwa’s efforts to resuscitate the economy.
Mabel Chinomona, secretary for the Women’s League in a statement yesterday said that the Youth League was the vanguard of the party. She said:
The Women’s League notes with satisfaction that one of the things that Zanu-PF committed itself to do in the Second Republic is to fight corruption.
The Zanu-PF constitution is clear that the Youth League is the vanguard of the party, as Women’s League we are clearly behind our front runners and in support of their move to castigate corrupt elements in both public and private sector and more within the party.
Chinomona said that the ZANU PF was taking the right step in the right direction. She also said that corruption was a decay which stifles the corruption. She added:
Let’s shun corruption for the good of our nation, prosperity and future generations.
President Mnangagwa reportedly agreed to set up an independent commission composed of reputable individuals who have no links to the party.
Zimbabwe is ranked amongst most corrupt countries in the world.
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Mabel Chinomona is a Zimbabwan politician from who hails from the ZANU-PF party. She is the Deputy speaker of the National Assembly.She was elected into parliament in July 2013 to represent Mutoko North Constituency.Chinomona was appointed as the Secretary for Women’s League in December 2017... Read More About Mabel Chinomona
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