A ZAKA schools inspector, Lylletty Aleta Makomeke, who is also Zanu PF councillor for Masvingo Rural District Council (RDC) ward 5, has been accused of terrorising teachers for the past two years.
A source, who spoke to Southern Eye on condition of anonymity for fear of victimisation, said Makomeke would threaten to unleash Zanu PF militias on teachers who expressed their views on political issues.
Although, some civil servants like Johnson Madhuku, former Pamushana High School head, who contested and won Bikita East constituency, resigned from the civil service; Makomeke, is yet to resign from the service two years later.
However, Zaka district schools inspector (DSI) Samson Chidzurira confirmed that Makomeke was at the district offices, but referred all questions to the provincial education director (PED) Zedius Chitiga.
Zanu PF secretary for legal affairs Munyaradzi Paul Mangwana, who is on record saying no government employee should contest for political office or assume any position in a political party before resigning from the civil service, refused to comment.