Nguwaya Using ED’s Name Is Demanding A Bribe From A Jailed Land Baron – Mliswa

Controversial businessman, Delish Nguwaya popularly known for the Draxgate scandal according to Norton legislator Temba Mliswa is illegally making trips to one of Zimbabwe’s prisons where one land baron is incarcerated and he is making demands that the inmate gives him 4 stands, New Zimbabwe reports.

According to the outspoken MP, Nguwaya is using President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s name in demanding the bribe and Mliswa says he has alerted the relevant authorities.

Said Mliswa:

I have exposed Nguwaya’s nefarious visit to prison as a complainant to see an accused, Felix Munyaradzi, in the absence of the investigating officer for the purposes of bribery. He clandestinely demanded four residential stands from Munyaradzi, slyly using the name of the first family.

Mliswa further claimed that Nguwaya is illegally accessing Munyaradzi who is in jail for selling state land by entering the prison without signing in and blamed it all on corruption:

As yet nothing has been done. Is he untouchable? This is what happens when corruption is allowed to run riot. Anarchy is created and the opposition is unnecessarily blamed.

One day is one day. People have allowed Nguwaya to abuse the name of the First Family to their benefit. He’s totally infiltrated security, especially the police. He has captured members of the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) under the guise of being an informer.

What poppycock! It’s sad to see him employ the same tactics he used to use during the G40 era, he’s started again because he was arrested.

Nguwaya according to Mliswa is ironically working with the Special Anti Corruption Unit (SACU) and some ZRP officers to create a cartel to facilitate corruption.

More: New Zimbabwe

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