Former minister of energy Kenneth Konga has been summoned by the Zambia police at the former Task Force offices. Police spokesperson Elizabeth Kanjela who confirmed the development to QFM said Mr. Konga was summoned at 15 hours today.
However,Ms. Kanjela could not give the reasons why the former minister in the MMD government has been summoned saying she was on her way to the former Task Force offices were Konga was being questioned by broadcast time.
And Inspector general of Police Martin Malama has pledged to ensure that Zambia is free from corruption. Dr. Malama says that he would like to see a public and private sector that is devoid of corruption.
He said that corruption has continued to affect Zambia’s development efforts stating that there is need to ensure that the country fights hard.
He has however stated that the fight against corruption should not be left to the police alone, but the responsibility of all Zambians.
He said that every Zambian should ensure that efforts are taken to fight the high levels of corruption.
Speaking last evening on MUVI TVs the assignment programme, Dr. Malama expressed happiness that the police are on the right cause in fighting corruption.
He has stated that the Zambia Police will ensure that no one is protected in the quest to fight corruption.