Mangwana Blasts ZACC Over Wadyajena’s Arrest: “What Was the Evidence?”

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HARARE – Permanent Secretary of Information, Nick Mangwana, has launched a scathing attack on the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) over the arrest of former Gokwe Nembudziya legislator, Mayor Wadyajena.

Mangwana vehemently asserted that the arrest lacked justification, questioning the existence of evidence against Wadyajena. 

“What was the evidence against Wadyajena again?” he asked, implying that there was no credible evidence to support the arrest.

Mangwana’s criticism was piercing, as he suggested that ZACC’s actions were questionable. “Maybe the problem was not with the release, but with the catch,” he said, implying that the commission’s investigation and arrest procedures were flawed.

The Permanent Secretary’s comments have sparked a heated debate on the effectiveness and integrity of ZACC in tackling corruption cases. While some have praised Mangwana for speaking out against perceived injustices, many have criticised him for allegedly trying to shield corrupt individuals from accountability.

The arrest and subsequent release of Wadyajena have raised questions about the commission’s handling of high-profile cases and its relationship with the police and the judiciary. Mangwana’s critique has added fuel to the fire, calling for greater accountability and transparency in the fight against corruption.

This comes after the High Court recently ordered the release of Wadyajena’s seized property, declaring the continued seizure as unlawful.

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