Mujuru promises Dzamara inquiry

FORMER Vice-President and opposition People’s Rainbow Coalition (PRC) presidential candidate, Joice Mujuru has pledge to leave no stone unturned in the search for missing human rights activist, Itai Dzamara if she wins the upcoming general elections.

BY RICHARD CHIDZA

Dzamara was reportedly abducted by suspected State security agents in March 2015 and has not been seen despite assurances by the Zanu PF government that it would investigate the matter.

Mujuru, in a 10-pledge summary of her coalition grouping’s election manifesto said: “The PRC government will institute two judicial inquiries on disappearances: One on missing persons such Dzamara and Paul Chizuze, among others and another on the missing $15 billion as well as other illicit financial flows.”

She also pledged to establish a “leaner, more productive, gender and age sensitive Cabinet characterised by a skills mix, experience, technical astuteness and national integration”.

Mujuru, who served as deputy to former President Robert Mugabe for 10 years before her expulsion in 2015 on corruption allegations, said her government would also launch “a war against corruption”.

“The PRC government will fight and uproot corruption, bribery, fraud and theft wherever it might be found. A lifestyle audit on public officials will be carried out at the very outset of the Mujuru-administration,” she said.

“The PRC government will ensure that every child will get free access to primary education. And long term concessional loans will be extended to students in colleges, universities and tertiary institutions,” she said.

In trying to resolve the logjam in the agricultural sector following Zanu PF’s disastorous land reform programme, Mujuru said she would provide “bankable title deeds to A1 and A2 farmers. Former commercial farmers will receive their compensation as per the provisions of the Constitution”.

Zanu PF has been dithering on implementing a constitutional provision that provides for devolved system of government and Mujuru said she will not waste time as well as repeal “repressive legislation, such as the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act as well as the Public Order and Security Act”.

Zimbabwe, under Mujuru, will also rejoin the Commonwealth club of former British colonies and the Rand Monetary Union to resolve the current cash crisis.


5 Comments

  1. Tman zimbabwe

    Kkkkkk. Leaving no stone unturned in the search for human rights activist itai dzamara! How if you have failed to know what happened to our General your own spouse when you were the VP? Where is he, we need him! You laugh at your own self in the mirror ambuya

  2. Zvakozvenyuhazvirehwimayivepi Mazivazvangumhakayahora

    Comment…Ayaaaaaaa!

  3. War on corruption? Mrs Mujuru we the public may forgive but don’t forget. Remember that inquiry when you got 100% compensation?If that wasn’t corruption what was it.Another $15billion inquiry?What’s wrong with the Temba Mliswa one.We haven’t got the results yet.Cheap politics. Get a better advisor if you want to stand a chance.

  4. Dr Ntombizodwa Marufu

    Unopenga,unopeeenga Runaida!!

  5. Mujuru Joice Teurairopa is just as directionless and brainless like the former dictator RGM.. Surely how can you lie that you will institute commissions of inquiry into missing persons when
    1)you let the late General Solo to be buried when you 2nd in command?,
    2) like one contributor earlier on said, you claimed 100% disability compensation from WVCF way back in the 90’s,
    3) The repressive laws you talk about were enacted under your watch as 2nd in command but now want to pretend..
    Achihoro hapana hapana chamunobuda nacho because you were one of Zanu PF from long back.

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