There was a break-in at Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s offices last night with the suspects drilling a ceiling panel to gain entry, The Herald said this afternoon.
It said this was the fourth break-in at the same office. Mnangagwa, who is also Minister of Justice, is still using the offices of the Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs.
“We are not very sure of the motive whether it was to gain entry or to insert objects but this is what was done,” Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs permanent secretary, Virginia Mabhiza said.
“So far we cannot confirm whether there was any access into the room. All we can say is that the ceiling was tampered with, with two very visible holes which were possibly drilled. We are not sure of the motive and we have not fully assessed what else could have been done in this office.”