The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) has said that it is in possession of names of senior officials from the previous government alleged to have taken bribes from the Alstom Company of France over a ZESCO contract.
ACC Director General Rosewin Wandi has however declined to name the officials stating that investigations on the matter are ongoing.
Ms Wandi told Journalists in Lusaka today.
The World Bank has slapped a hefty 9.5 million dollars fine on Alstom Corporation, a major French engineering company and blacklisted two of its subsidiaries, Alstom Hydro France and Alstom Network Schweiz AG (Switzerland), after it admitted to bribing a Senior Zambian government official.
Meanwhile, the ACC Director General has urged stakeholders to corporate with the commission by building relationships and reporting systems that will facilitate effective information flows with government.
Speaking in Lusaka this morning at the workshop for the dissemination of the report on the Anti Corruption National policy baseline study, Ms Wandi said doing so will ensure that the activities under the national policy are managed in a coordinated and more professional manner.
She said the main objective of the baseline study was to provide a comprehensive set of baseline data that is complete in order to remove any existing institutional obstacles in the implementation of the National Anti Corruption Policy.