The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) has thanked government and the public for the cooperation and support towards curbing the act of corruption in Zambia.

Speaking in an interview with ZANIS today Public Relations manager Timothy Moono said that the support from both government and the public is now bearing fruit and has impacted cooperating partners.

Mr. Moono said that as a result of the support, the ACC has successfully dealt with high and low profile graft cases in courts.

He said that fighting corruption is not easy therefore everyone needs to be involved in fighting against corruption.

Meanwhile Mr. Moono has  thanked the cooperating partners for their partnership that has helped in the fight against corruption.

ZANIS/SS/ENDS/MM

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11 COMMENTS

  1. ACC should have taken Mr.Banda to court for corruption distributing sugar during the campaign in Katete that is buying votes from the poor.ACC is not independent it is a walking stick for whoever is in the ruling Govt of the day.ACC must be independent and it’s annual budget must appropriated through Parliament

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  2. #3 Rashid, People are always paid for jobs that they do and you can not hold it against staff of the ACC.

    I always plead with Zambians, it is ok to be negative about government because that safeguards our freedom of speech but to be negative about everything in the world makes us cynics and cynics never achieve anything. A person ought to dream and hope.

    Best wishes for 2009.

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  3. never has the ACC in its history thanked government for its (expected) support. rosewin wandi mwatusebanya please.

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  4. What is this thanking of Govt when they should be persuing the corrupt cases that where commited by RB during election time are they not now compromising there work ethics. This Govt has more people who have pludered the nations wealthy, Moono learn when to appreciate people work as a gentleman not a bootliker

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  5. ACC is acting suspicious. Why do they feel obliged to thank the government? I thought the executive & legislative powers are seperated. In Germany, such behavior would spark public critique on the government.

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  6. Nice to hear that but you can still do more Mr Moono.Corruption is still rampant especially police officers and even courts of law these days otherwise Chiluba, chungu wopuld not have been giving us a circus

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  7. You could have done better if provided a detailed account of how you have done, provide some statistics.

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