MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa has appointed a panel which he says shall enforce zero tolerance to corruption policy.

The five member  Integrity and Accountability Panel will be headed by top lawyer and Chamisa pal,  Advocate Thabani Mpofu.

“Over the last few days the President has been preparing an alternative government for our country. To begin this process, he has made appointments and assigned duties to officials in the party, to ensure readiness.

In preparing the MDC’s task as a government the President understands that our problems emanate from the lack of integrity and accountability in our public work. The President emphasises that public officials are the human interface between the state and the citizens. 
He wants local governments, run by his party to be an exemplary interface that is accountable and of high integrity. President Chamisa has zero tolerance for corruption and any lack of efficacy in public officials.

The President has with immediate effect constituted an Integrity and Accountability Panel (IAP) which shall enforce his zero tolerance to corruption policy. He has provided this team with terms of reference are specific and definitive.

This committee shall perform its duties through a process that includes meeting with all stakeholders such as residents and organised local groups.

Chamisa also assigned roles to his three vice presidents who were now stepping on each other’s toes.