Imagine you were a retired judge and were asked to wrote an article for JUROL NEWS, an online publication to provoke, ignite, inspire and raise public awareness using the facts and circumstances of TAP under the theme TAPGATE MAFIA a corrupt and opaque corrupt scheme that invaded Zambia leaving victims with no forum to hold the perpetrators accountable – THE AFRICA I DO NOT WANT, would be able to help using the facts shared?
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Mr. Oscar Mpala, a member of JUROL, said: “I was blind to role of Mnangagwa using surrogates like Michael Mundushi, a man I used to respect so much as a Senior Counsel, without knowing anything about the TAP issue in which he prosecuted a fraud by seeking and getting Kajimangi to grant a judgment to fraudulent litigants who had no valid claim or right to assert legitimate rights but Mnangagwa’s fraud sorely for the benefit of his ambition and ego to succeed the late Mugabe. If the facts of this story were not so compelling, I would not bother giving up time to ensure that people like Gwaradzimba who are criminals with a badge of being a CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT are help accountable to protect JUSTICE UNDER RULE OF LAW in Zambia.
TAPGATE MAFIA: A Corrupt and Opaque Scheme That Invaded Zambia
The TAPGATE scandal is a story of corruption, greed, and impunity. It is a story about how powerful individuals and institutions can use their power to enrich themselves at the expense of the public.
The TAPGATE scandal began in 2005, when the government of Zimbabwe awarded a contract to a company called SMM to provide fuel to the country. The contract was worth millions of dollars, and it was awarded without any competitive bidding.
SMM was a shell company that was controlled by a group of powerful individuals, including Emmerson Mnangagwa, who is now the president of Zimbabwe. These individuals used their control of SMM to siphon off millions of dollars from the government.
The TAPGATE scandal has had a devastating impact on the people of Zimbabwe. The government has been unable to provide basic services, such as education and healthcare, and the economy has been crippled.
The TAPGATE scandal is a reminder that corruption is a serious problem in Africa. It is a problem that needs to be addressed if we want to build a better future for our continent.
The TAPGATE scandal is also a reminder that we need to hold our leaders accountable for their actions. We cannot allow them to get away with corruption and impunity.
We need to stand up and demand that our leaders be transparent and accountable. We need to demand that they use their power to serve the people, not themselves.
The TAPGATE scandal is a wake-up call. It is a reminder that we need to do more to fight corruption in Africa. We need to build a culture of transparency and accountability. We need to hold our leaders accountable for their actions.
Together, we can build a better Africa, an Africa free from corruption.
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