Emmerson Mnangagwa has been exposed for Bribing ministers by making big purchases for them, all in the midst of a failing economy, with a poor health care system, and many citizens living in poverty.
Independent reports have revealed that the president plan on spurling millions of US Dollars to purchase luxury cars and homes for cabinet ministers and their deputies.
These funds will be taken from tax payers money, the funds which should be directed to sectors of importance in the country to help many people will be splurged, only to the benefit of a few individuals, because of the titles they hold in politics.
The corruption with the Zimbabwean government has played a big role in the country, leading to many Zimbabweans seeking greener pastures in neighbouring countries.
Source : https://www.zimeye.net/2022/07/01/mnangagwa-caught-bribing-ministers
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