The Anti-Corruption of Zambia (ACC) has concluded investigations into alleged Abuse of Authority office against former Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary for administration Anna Mwitwa Mwewa.
ACC Spokesperson Timothy Moono says the commission is currently assessing evidence of its investigation for possible prosecution.
Mr. Moono has also disclosed that the commission’s investigations into alleged Abuse of Authority office against Youth and Sports Minister Chishimba Kambwili over congratulatory advertisements placed in print media regarding his acquisition of his degree from Copper Stone University have also been concluded.
He says the gathered evidence is currently being assessed.
Speaking during a media briefing in Lusaka this morning, Mr. Moono has also disclosed that investigations into alleged Abuse of Authority of office by former Deputy Ministers Ronald Chitotela and Rogers Mwewa involving CDF funds have also been concluded.
Mr. Moono says the commission is to this effect analyzing the evidence gathered.
And investigations into suspected corruption in the manner a contract for the installation of Security facilities in Lusaka was awarded to ZTE have been concluded.
Mr. Moono has disclosed to journalists that though the allegations were proven in this matter, the commission did not prosecute anyone for the offence due to legal technicalities.
He however says the commission has submitted recommendations to the Ministry of Home Affairs for administrative action.
The ACC spokesperson has further disclosed that investigations into suspected corruption in the manner contracts were being awarded to companies to undertake preparatory works for the UNWTO Conference that was held in Livingstone have also been concluded.
Mr. Moono has further disclosed that investigations into alleged Abuse of Authority office against former Tourism and Art Minister Sylvia Masebo in the manner she cancelled hunting concessions awarded by ZAWA are still ongoing and nearing competition.