Wadyajena Is Using Parly To Settle Personal Scores After Failing To Secure A Grains Transportation Contract – Musarara

Tafadzwa Musarara after appearing before Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Lands and Agriculture made claims that the Gokwe Nembudziya Legislator Justice Wadyajena was bitter after he could not secure a contract and he is using parliament to settle personal scores, Newsday reports.

This was after Musarara and Wadyajena had a verbal exchange in parliament in which Musarara threatened to walk out and Wadyajena kept pushing for answers after he claimed that Musarara had received money from the RBZ to import grain through his company but was claiming the money went to GMAZ.

After the session Musarara said this to journalists:

He (Wadyajena) was looking for a transport contract because the chairman of the Lands and Agriculture Committee has a transport company. That is why we said he must be recused from chairing because he is conflicted.

Wadyajena however declined ever looking for a contract to transport grains from Musarara.

More: Newsday

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