President Michael Sata has revealed that the MMD government illegally printed money from two other printers apart from De la rue.
The president says the fake money is currently circulating on the market.
He questioned why secretaries to the treasury and cabinet Evans Chibiliti and Joshua Kanganja who served in the previous government have remained mute on the matter.
Mr. Sata says the previous government also appointed a committee of three chiefs who are going round the country to destabilize the nation.
He says instead of going round to establish the welfare of chiefs, they are going round provinces using fake money to antagonize and dilute the effect of government.
President Sata said this at State house on Monday when he swore in three Deputy Ministers in the Ministry of Education, Works Supply, transport and Communication and Agriculture.
Those appointed include Brigadier General Benson Kapaya as Deputy Minister for Agriculture, David Mabumba as Deputy Minister for Education and Mutaba Mwali as Deputy Minister for Works and Supply.
The President urged the newly appointed Deputy Ministers to be loyal to their ministers and government.
Meanwhile, President Sata says those criticising the resignation of Msanzala Independent Member of Parliament George Lungu, should bear in mind that the constitution provides for such.
He says concerns on the cost of holding by-elections must be left to government which has provided money to hold these polls in an event that an MP dies or resigns.
The President was speaking at State House on Monday when he swore in three commissioners from the remaining 20 man committee appointed to draft the constitution.
Mr. Sata has since urged the commissioners to draw up a constitution that will stand a test of time.
He says the commissioners should draw up their own terms of reference on how they will draft the constitution.
Those sworn in as commissioners include CCZ General Secretary Reverand Susan Matale, Father Ivis Chituba and Rodger Chongwe.