Zimbabwe Government to descend on CDF looters

Zimbabwe legislators who looted Constituency Development Funds during the Seventh Parliament are not off the hook as Government will soon start confiscating properties they bought using the money. In cases where no property is linked to CDF yet the legislator abused the money, personal property would be attached.

Government has identified 20 extreme cases where National Assembly members abused funds allocated to them by Treasury to develop their constituencies, with some buying personal assets such as motor vehicles and motor bikes.

However, Government was not at liberty to disclose the names of the legislators whose property could be confiscated.

Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mrs Virginia Mabhiza, yesterday told The Herald that Government would recover all properties bought by the lawmakers using State funds…

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