Biti Fired For Probing Top Mnangagwa Ally Kuda Tagwirei
18 March 2021
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By James Gwati-Harare East legislator, Tendai Biti has been expelled from parliament at a time the former Finance minister through the parliament portfolio committee is probing a corruption case involving President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s top ally, Kuda Tagwirei.

Biti chairs the parliament’s public accounts committee which is probing allegations of serious corruption at Zesa after Sakunda Holdings was awarded a US$250 million tender to build a failed diesel power plant in Dema despite not placing a bid.

Sakunda Holdings, which is owned by Kudakwashe Tagwirei, an ally of President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

The Dema tender was initially won by an American company, but was later cancelled without explanation and handed to Sakunda.