Maureen Kademaunga, Secretary for Public Service and Social Welfare for the opposition MDC-A has said that the government did not do due diligence when it started the construction of the mausoleum for the late founding father of the country, Robert Mugabe.
Speaking to VOA Studio7, Kademaunga said that lots of money which were poured into the soon-to-be abandoned project will just go down the drain.
She also said that there are several other projects which the government initiated and abandoned after injecting many resources when the economy is bleeding.
Her remarks come after the government has agreed to calls by the Mugabe family to bury the former president in Zvimba, his rural home.
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