Zimbabwe/17 de Octubre de 2016/Allafrica
Resumen: Ni un solo centavo del dinero presuntamente desviados del Fondo de Desarrollo de Recursos Humanos de Zimbabwe (Zimdef), Educación Superior, Ciencia y Tecnología fueron a ZANU-PF.
Lloyd Gumbo — Not a single cent of money allegedly siphoned from the Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund (Zimdef) by Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo and his Deputy Dr Godfrey Gandawa went to Zanu-PF.
Investigations by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) showed that the money went to personal business.
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Commissioner Goodson Nguni, who chairs the ZACC investigations Committee, yesterday dismissed claims by Prof Moyo that the money had been used to fund Zanu-PF activities such as the OneMillion-Man March, Women and Youth League meetings.
Speaking tongue-in-cheek as he addressed the media at ZACC offices in Harare in the wake of allegations levelled against him by Prof Moyo, Comm Nguni said investigations revealed that all the money that was siphoned from Zimdef had been used for personal purposes by Prof Moyo, Dr Gandawa, Zimdef chief executive Mr Fredrick Mandizvidza and Prof Moyo's personal assistant, Mr Shephard Honzeri.