"Be Wary Of Unscrupulous NGOs", Mohadi Tells Traditional Leaders

1 year agoSat, 27 Aug 2022 06:19:08 GMT
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"Be Wary Of Unscrupulous NGOs", Mohadi Tells Traditional Leaders

ZANU PF second secretary Kembo Mohadi has urged traditional leaders to be wary of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) which are allegedly pushing for regime change under the guise of providing assistance to vulnerable communities.

Addressing traditional leaders and members of the ZANU PF Kwekwe District Co-ordinating Committee (DCC) in Kwekwe early this week, Mohadi, who resigned from the government amid an embarrassing sex scandal, said:

We have to be very careful when dealing with some of these NGOs who come in the name of helping yet they want your land.

We have more than 3 000 NGOs and they are commiserating on behalf of the Western countries.

They come as if they want to help and then the next thing, they are preaching the gospel of change to you.

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Kwekwe DCC Secretary for Administration, Assam Musa, claimed that some NGOs have abandoned their mandate and are dabbling in politics to effect regime change. Musa said:

We have a problem with some NGOs that have stopped their mandate and are now pushing an agenda, especially in the rural wards.

They have programmes that they use to infiltrate the rural folk and try to persuade them.

Millions of Zimbabweans especially in the rural areas receive aid from NGOs following years of government failure to meet their basic needs due to mismanagement of national resources and corruption.

The late former president Robert Mugabe is on record saying US$15 billion in revenue from the Chiadzwa diamonds “vanished”.



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