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 Top cop’s corruption exposed

 

By Farai Hamamunesu

Criminal Investigations Department Officer in Charge Mvurwi has been accused of massive corruption by his juniors.

Inspector Shakeman Dzongera is not at peace with his juniors who are accusing him of soliciting of bribes and pocketing all the money without sharing with his juniors.

Junior officers who spoke to this publication said he recently pocketed US$2000 from a truck that was nabbed at a roadblock carrying 6000 bottles of illicit beer.

“We are not happy happy with our Officer In Charge he recently released a Fuso truck that carried 6000 bottles of illicit beer and released it on $2000 bribe which he all pocketed alone,” lamented the cops.

It is further alleged that he was getting bribes from “corrupt” Mvurwi council officials who while giving them protection.

It only took the newly transferred cops who then arrested the trio but Dzongera was quick to defend them and did not put them in police cells telling them to attend court from their homes.

The officers also accused their boss of abuse of office by assigning his allies to road block where they give him $15 per shift.

Although Dzongera is into Command agriculture it is alleged he facilitated the transfer of his deputy identified as Safuli to Guruve where after accusing him of spending more time in agriculture more than work a field which he also spends most of his time in.

In a phone interview with Spotlight Online News Africa, Dzongera said he is not in a position to give comment since the issue is more pressing. Referred the questions to Police Spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi.

“That person is .   .   .   .   . The issue is more serious I cannot comment. In this regard you may need to contact our police spokesperson,” he said.

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