The Zimbabwe Anti Corruption Commission which was commissioned a few weeks ago hit the ground running as they are now investigation yet another prominent figure. ZACC according to the Herald has set its sights on former Mashonaland Central Provincial Affairs Minister Advocate Martin Dinha.
Advocate Dinha is reportedly under investigation for criminal abuse of office during his tenure as Bindura Executive Mayor between 2004 and 2008. The Herald claims they saw a letter stamped 5 August 2019 which read in part:
The then Executive Mayor, Advocate Martin Dinha, bought a council house in March 2008 after council had passed a resolution cancelling the sale of council houses in low-density suburbs.
The said house was sold without going to tender nor advertised in terms of the law. The then mayor converted a grinding mill donated to Bindura Town Council by a Mazowe resident in 2004 to his own use. In 2008, Adv Martin Dinha, Japhet Kabanga and the District Administrator, sold Kingstone Farm back to former Minister Goche who had initially sold it to council in 2004. The sale had no council resolution
Advocate Dinha, however, confirmed the ZACC probe but quickly dismissed it saying his enemies were baying for his blood so that he may be eliminated and lose his post at NRZ where he was recently appointed as one of the board members.
The current Mashonaland Central Provincial Affairs Minister Mavhunga Hon Mavhunga, however, said no one is out to get Dinha and he was not aware of the ZACC probe.
More: The Herald
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