Opposition LEAD leader, Linda T Masarira has claimed that Tourism Minister, Priscah Mupfumira, had accomplices in looting NSSA funds. She also called for the apprehension of NSSA board members whom she believes were deeply involved in the saga that prejudiced NSSA of US millions of dollars. Posting on Twitter, Masarira said:
Where was the @ board and management when Prisca Mupfumira was misappropriating NSSA funds and milking millions of dollars meant for social security? What role did the board and management play in NSSA corruption saga? Every accomplice in this matter should be arrested.
It clearly doesn’t make sense how Prisca Mupfumira was able to steal USD$100 million without a single person noticing. This is definitely a network of thieves who had devised a way to effectively loot our pension funds without leaving a trail.
A minister is not an employee of @ So who was giving Prisca Mupfumira our pension funds? There is need to dig deeper into this rot and get to the bottom of this web of organized corruption network, which is across all parastatals in Zimbabwe.
While we are at it, I am encouraging all the youth of Zimbabwe to fight for their future by demonstrating against massive corruption in all state institutions. Worker’s should arise & protect their contributions to @ which are being misappropriated by greedy politicians.
It is time that all pensioners organize themselves and demonstrate outside @ building demanding accountability for their funds which are being abused and decent pension payouts to all pensioners. Enough is enough dear pensioner. Speak out and be heard. #
The main factor driving growing corruption in Zimbabwe is greed among those vested with power. @ should ensure that whatever acquisitions made from income of corruption and abuse of power should be frozen, seized and forfeited to the state.
@ funds are workers contributions to secure their social security when they reach pensionable age, as such as a NSSA contributor, I shall not be silenced until justice is done about our contributions towards social security. #
An injustice to one pensioner is an injustice to all pensioners. Corruption is a cancer that has destroyed our social fabric by bringing forth immense suffering to the workers in Zimbabwe. United in our diversity we shall converge @ very soon to demand justice.
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