Army Boss Accused Of Stealing 30Ts Of Beef Belonging To The Force

A top Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) official only identified as Brigadier General Cuthbert Dube has been accused of stealing 30 tonnes of beef this week from the army.

This came to light after his driver was arrested by the Zimbabwe Military Police after being found in possession of the loot which he said belonged to his boss.

Zim Morning Post reports that Dube could not be reached for comment at the time of writing. Meanwhile, the publication’s sources said:

The military police acted on a tip-off and the driver said he was sent by his superior who is well known of abusing army property.

ZNA spokesperson, Alphios Makotore could neither confirm nor deny the allegations telling Zim Morning Post that he was still on vacation and therefore was not aware of such information.

More: Zim Morning Post

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