Lewis Matutu

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Lewis Matutu
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NationalityZimbabwean
OccupationPolitician
Political partyZANU PF

Lewis Matutu is a Zimbabwean politician and former Zanu-PF's deputy secretary for Youth. He was suspended from his position as deputy secretary for youth on 5 February 2020 during a politburo meeting on allegations of indiscipline.[1] Matutu distanced his party from utterances that were made by the War Veterans with regards to the Presidential Age Limit Proposal.[2]

Background

He was born on 23 September 1986 and grew up in Zvishavane. He was married to Tadiwanashe Burukai in 2019. He attended Chegato High School in Mberengwa.

Corruption List

On 24 June 2019, the former Zanu PF deputy secretary for Youth Affairs who strongly believed in the efficiency of youth structures, shamed and accused 15 top party and government officials, including the governor of the central bank, Cabinet ministers and business leaders of running illegal foreign currency rings, and named those he said were responsible for price manipulation and looting the economy.[3]

Deputy secretary Lewis Matutu and political commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu told a press conference in Harare on Monday that director Billy Rautenbach of Green Fuel, Kudakwashe Tagwirei of Sakunda Holdings and Tafadzwa Musarara, chairperson of the Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe, are bleeding the country’s economy by allegedly engaging in some of these activities, which have a negative impact on prices of various commodities.[4]





References

  1. Joseph Madzimure, [1], The Herald, Published: February 5, 2020, Retrieved: February 5, 2020
  2. ZANU PF Youths Condemn Matemadanda's Utterances, Say He Doesn't Speak For The Party ⋆ Pindula News, Pindula News, published: 07 Dec 2018, retrieved: 7 Dec 2018
  3. [2], Vantu News, Accessed: 9 August, 2020
  4. Gibbs Dube, [3], VOA Zimbabwe, Published: 4 February, 2020, Accessed: 9 August, 2020