Inside Guma, Olopeng bribery and corruption case

Guma Moyo
Guma Moyo

Tati East MP, Samson Moyo Guma and his business partner minister Thapelo Olopeng were allegedly involved in bribery and corrupt dealings, the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) documents filed with the Village magistrate court reveal.

The documents seen by Mmegi are affidavits in the ongoing court case against the two MPs. The court case will resume before chief magistrate Lenah Oahile-Mokibe at the Village Magistrate Court next Wednesday.

According to the affidavit deposed by the DCEC investigating officer, there is suspicion that a case of bribery and corruption does exist.Guma has since denied any wrong doing in his affidavit. 

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