Buyanga Says He’s Invested US $40 Million In Zim. Claims He Advised Gov To Set Up Anti-Corruption Body

South African based Zimbabwean business person, Frank Buyanga, has refuted corruption allegations leveled at him by Zanu PF Youth leader, Lewis Mathuthu. In print adverts, Buyanga claims that he actually was instrumental in advising the government to set up the Zimbabwe Ati-Corruption Commission.

He also claimed that he has invested more than US $40 million into the Zim economy.

Said part of the adverts:

It comes as a surprise as Frank Buyanga Sadiqi and his entities have invested not less than US$40 into Zimbabwe through the traditional banking system and was himself instrumental in advising government to set up an anti corruption team that seems to now be taking shape.

Buyanga was mentioned on Lewis Mathuthu’s list of corrupt political leaders and individuals in Zimbabwe.

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