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Undenge sentence too lenient

YESTERDAY’S conviction and sentencing of former Energy and Power Development minister Samuel Undenge to four years imprisonment for Criminal Abuse of Office should send a strong message to all corrupt politicians that justice will eventually catch up with them sooner rather than later. However we believe the sentence is too lenient, given this practice is rampant in government. The post Undenge sentence too lenient appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe.

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