A Zimbabwe National Army boss identified as Brigadier General Cuthbert Dube allegedly stole 30 tonnes of beef this week from the army and his driver was nabbed in possession of the loot, Zim Morning Post can reveal.
The Zimbabwe Military Police detained the driver who revealed that the meat belonged to his superior who had instructed him to deliver it to a yet to be ascertained location.
Our sources revealed that the army boss in question has a record of abusing army property.
“His driver was nabbed after a stop and search .
“The military police acted on a tip off and the driver said he was send by his superior who is well known of abusing army property,” revealed our source.
The incident follows hot on the heels of a case in which some soldiers were arrested for abusing Cylone Idai donations.
Brigadier General Dube could not be reached for comment at the time of writing.
ZNA spokesperson Alphios Makotore told Zim Morning Post that the information has not yet reached to him.
“Well, I am still on vacation and I have not been made aware of such information at this juncture,” he said.