“They Blame Evil Spirits”: Some Prosecutors Losing Their Minds To Drug And Alcohol Abuse
Some prosecutors are losing their minds as drug and alcohol abuse among National Prosecution Authority (NPA) workers has become so rampant.
This was revealed in the NPA strategic plan review 2022 governance and administration report from January to October prepared by the acting secretary Tafadzwa Mupariwa.
As quoted by The Chronicle, Mupariwa said:
There is a surge in drug and alcohol abuse in the National Prosecution Authority as some prosecutors and support staff are losing their minds. Some are blaming it on other factors such as evil spirits.
He further urged heads of stations and supervisors to report at the earliest possible time any suspected cases of drug and alcohol abuse so that remedial action can be taken.
In other news, Zimbabwe Huchi has also reported that
In other news, Zimbabwe Huchi had reported that Citizen Coalition for Change (CCC) spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere recently shared her thoughts on the ongoing social media debate on insurance and said schools’ curricula must include insurance courses after arguing that lessons on the anatomy of locusts are not helpful to most learners.
Taking to her Twitter page, Mahere said insurance issues affect everyone, unlike locusts issues. She wrote:
When I say the duties of the insurer & the insured should be taught in school, monditi (you say) no, focus on the anatomy of the locust. We don’t all apply “head-thorax-abdomen” to real life but we all encounter insurance. Teach it. It’s not hard. Hatisikurwa (we’re not fighting).
Her remarks follows after Nyaradzo Funeral Services has been accused of being a scam.