VP Mnangwa Kasukuwere must be investigated for Corruption


Harare – Vice President Emmerson Mnangwa says Local Government Minister, Saviour Kasukuwere must be investigated for alleged corruption. Although he did not name Kasukuwere, Mnangagwa said media reports on corruption were disturbing and culprits should face justice. Kasukuwere is alleged to have parceled out land in Harare to Prophet Walter Magaya and other Zanu PF bigwigs.

“This country needs to fight corruption and this cancer should not be the responsibility of one institution. I think we need to psyche up the entire nation to fight corruption wherever it rears its head. From what we hear, what we gather and what is published in newspapers, it seems it has taken root and requires ruthlessness. It will be very hard but it’s necessary and good for the country,” said Mnangagwa.

VP Mnangwa Kasukuwere must be investigated for CorruptionThe law, he said, was not selective and everyone implicated in corrupt deals would face the full wrath of the law. However, VP Mnangagwa said there was need for thorough investigations to establish facts behind allegations. He said all institutions that dealt with issues of corruption and the commission of crimes needed strengthening to enable them to execute their duties diligently.

“We don’t take allegations to court without evidence. It is necessary that where allegations are made the institutions that deal with investigations of this nature should be strengthened.” The VP said he was still to witness the prosecution of people that have been investigated and identified by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission.

“I haven’t seen many cases that have come to court as a result of investigations by the Anti-Corruption Commission. It was commissioned sometime this year. I think maybe it is too early to judge them but I believe they will do something about it.

Something must be done. Citizens must be able to report any cases to the police and the police must do their duties diligently without fear or favour,” said VP Mnangagwa.