There are online reports that on Tuesday afternoon, the Zimbabwe Commission for the Fight against Corruption (ZACC) was raising whistle Villiam Gerald Mutumanje (Acie Lumuba). At this point, no accusations against a young counselor for communication about themselves are known.
Social media were speculative with speculation that Mutumman was caught in connection with the alleged $ 40,000 that he was told by Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube to campaign against Fuel Guru Ku Tagvirei and members of the Zimbabwe Reserve Bank and Senior Government Officials.
Yesterday's Zimbabwe anti-corruption commissioner, who is in charge of the investigation, Goodson Nguni, told the media that the graft body is itching to listen to Mutumation.
"We are waiting for someone to write a letter with allegations against Lumumba, and then we will ask the police to arrest him," he said.
Last month's mutiny was briefly and irregularly appointed Chief of Communications for the Ministry of Finance.
Ncube was later under pressure to fire him after he made incredible charges on Facebook about alleged illegal foreign currency transactions in a central bank – claims that shook Zanu-PF and the government at their core.
In this explosion in the social media, Mutumanje called four officials of RBZ and Tagvirei as if they were at the center of illegal foreign currency transactions – which led to the prevention of central bank governor John Mangudi.
In a prominent voice message, Mutumanje apparently senselessly discovered that he had "sold his soul to the devil" by accepting money – which he claims desperately needed to send his sick father to treatment in India.