Tinashe Sambiri|While Zanu PF apparatchiks are crying for the removal of sanctions, their incompetence has been exposed by the awarding of a pipeline tender to a dodgy UK based company.
The regime has threatened to arrest prominent journalist Hopewell Chin’ono for exposing rampant corruption and looting of State resources.
Chin’ono wrote on Facebook:
“Each time I expose corruption, looting or plunder, I am threatened with arrest.
This afternoon I tweeted about how the pipeline tender was awarded to a bogus UK company, I am now receiving calls threatening me with arrest!
Why should journalists be arrested for doing their work?”
MDC Alliance spokesperson Advocate Fadzayi Mahere slammed the Zanu regime for deliberately misinforming the nation.
“The regime has awarded a UK company a US$1.3 Billion Beira-Harare pipeline tender.
The company is 1 year old.
The office address is a 1-bedroom residential flat in London.
Corruption scandals are like flies’ eggs in Zimbabwe. They’re everywhere.
We need new leaders,” Advocate Mahere argued.