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Mpofu, Chimombe submit themselves to ZACC

Mike Chimombe and Moses Mpofu, who recently returned from China, found themselves at the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Offices this morning.

The two businessmen had hoped to speak with the ZACC Investigations Officer, Henry Chapwanya, regarding their recent revelations about an alleged corruption scandal.

However, their efforts were thwarted as Chapwanya was preoccupied with another ongoing case.

Chimombe and Mpofu recounted their experience, stating, “We went there, and we waited for the investigating officer, Chapwanya. When he came, he said he was busy with another case at the moment and would call us whenever he gets time.”

This setback further compounds the intricacies of the case and poses new challenges for those seeking swift justice and accountability.

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The duo, often referred to as “tenderpreneurs,” have been at the center of controversy after exposing corrupt practices in a letter to Ren-Form.

Their actions resulted in their exclusion from a partnership to supply the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) with election materials last year.

Moreover, it has been alleged that they defrauded the government of an exorbitant sum of US$40 million after obtaining a US$87 million contract to supply 632,000 units of an undisclosed commodity.

The severity and audacity of these allegations have sparked outrage among the public and have reignited a national discourse on the prevalence of corruption within Zimbabwe.

Furthermore, these concerns have cast a shadow of doubt over the integrity and transparency of business dealings and government contracts.

As the nation eagerly awaits the next steps in this unfolding saga,they deem it crucial for all relevant parties to demonstrate a commitment to upholding the rule of law and to work tirelessly to restore faith in the country’s systems and institutions.

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