Chihuri Suspected To Have Diverted $32 Million Of Public Funds Into Private Family Companies

Exiled Former Police Chief Augustine Chihuri is suspected to have diverted public funds amounting to $32 Million to private family companies, The Herald reports. Chihuri reportedly bought a large sum of properties with some of the diverted funds and the state is demanding that his assets be frozen till the final outcome of a possible civil and criminal lawsuit is ascertained.

According to the publication:

In an affidavit deposed by Mr Hodzi, Chihuri is under investigation for criminal abuse of office, money laundering, theft and fraud. He accuses Chihuri of establishing a “syndicated criminal mafia” meant to siphon public funds for his personal benefit and that of his cronies. This would have entailed externalisation of money and money laundering abroad, he said.

Chihuri is said to have established companies together with his family members for the purpose of siphoning money from the ZRP CBZ Bank account. Chihuri was the police chief for 25 years before he went into exile after the November 2017 Coup.

More: The Herald

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  1. Arrest and investigate exhaustively all these shallow minded, ruthless suspects and malcontents for they owe Zimbabweans a lot especially the extensive damage both psychological , financial and material they inflicted on unassuming Zimbabweans since 1980, now and for generations to come….shameless hopeless lot. Justice is only in repatriation of the funds and these malcontents back to Zimbabwe for true justice to prevail…stories are just a time-buying tactic…actions is what Zimbabwe needs.

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