The police have reportedly started to investigate alleged electoral fraud cases at the country’s football governing body during the 2018 elections that ushered in the Felton Kamambo led board, Sunday news reports.
ZRP has already started interviewing councillors who were witnesses in the elections as there are allegations that some of them reportedly received bribes to vote for certain candidates.
The development was revealed by ZRP National Spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi who said Philip Chiyangwa and Felton Kamambo and their teams both reported each other to the police:
There are several Zifa cases that have been reported to the police by Philip Chiyangwa and Kamambo and his team. Our Commercial Crimes Unit is carrying out the investigations, the courts have directed the police to interview some councillors as part of the investigative process.
Some have interviewed, some are yet to be interviewed. It is only after the interviews that they will be a determination on which ones are witnesses and which ones are not. It is better to wait for our Commercial Crimes Union to conclude investigations.
According to the publication, 32 councillors are part of the investigations.
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