Harare – Besides state army and the police being tools of brutalising poor Zimbabweans by Zanu PF the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) and City Council is also being used to mount pressure on the Zimbabwean impoverished population by Zanu Pf before they slash bills for 2018 polls fate analysis revealed .
The power distribution company handed over some of its defaulting customers owing $572 million to lawyers as it intensifies efforts to recover money owed by users a move which is said to have been backed by Zanu Pf for torturing Zimbabweans with poverty and at a later stage before the forth coming elections are due cut and try to regain confidence from the people.
Speculation has it that the Company’s Directors received an instruction from top Zanu Pf officials to handover defaulters to debt collectors.
Zesa spokesperson Fullard Gwasira said the company have USD 1 billion in debts but surprisingly only USD 572 million is being chased for.
Companies and residents are set to rot in this economic brutality system and lately get rescue from the sham kind hands of Zanu Pf.
It is still unknown that the Zanu PF-led government will not, as it did in 2013, write-off residents’ rates arrears as a vote-buying gimmick ahead of the 2018 elections.
According to the Herald at least 350 residents have already lost vehicles and property to the City Council for failing to pay bills.
This move is by no means a bid to recover money but inflict pain.