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The Anti-Corruption Commission has revealed that it has officially recorded five cases of suspected corruption.

ACC Spokesman Timothy Moono told a media briefing that these cases relate to suspicion in the manner some of the Grade Twelve Certificates were obtained as well as how some National Registration Cards were acquired by some candidates.

Mr Moono said the cases also include allegations of bribery during the adoption process of some candidates.

He said investigations have been instituted in two cases and the investigations are still on-going.

“Three cases have been referred for administrative action as the information fell short of the need to institute investigations. The Commission wishes to strongly advise political party players to respect the rule of law by desisting from vote buying or bribing electorates to influence them to vote in a certain pattern as well as giving gifts, loans or other material things as inducements or gratification to voters,” Mr Moono said.

He said the Commission will also continue to engage political parties on the best ways to devise transparent adoption systems for the future that minimizes opportunities for corruption.

“In this period of political campaigns, the Commission wishes to encourage members of the public to report suspected cases of electoral corruption and warns that any person found wanting with regard to such cases will be dealt with sternly.

The Commission will endeavor to monitor the campaigns with the available resources.”

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    • Hooo so ACC still exist?
      Can ACC give us a report where K233 billion or million we saw on declaration papers from the former Chawama MP?
      ACC, you never told us where the money Kambwili solicited or atleast he told us the money was already out for Mongu Stadium. Is Mongu stadium complete anyway?

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  1. Yaba.! What a political joke ACC.

    So you targeting the opposition once again? Useless Commission being used like a condom.

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  2. First start with Kambwili we have given you all the evidence that the University that he claims honoured him is none existant.

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  3. How is it possible that in 2016 in the shadow of Zambia, there are still people without high school education or so called grade 12 certificates? Which generation is trying so much to get in leadership? This is strange.Does it mean Zambia has a low literacy level? Are we academically lazy bu3ms such that instead of getting a real education we hope to be honored?Really laughable.Why bribe,why not study? why not attend night school? why go in parliament and debate policies, yet your are blank as my pet? #Lazy bu3ms

    I thank you very much

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  4. ACC needs to hire new people. This organisation does not exist or seems to work through bribery. Investigate money Lungu stole from his client and 10 million China case as a starter. Davies Chama for shooting someone. Police officers for Mapenzi’s death. The Ministry of Tourism and other ministries must be investigated. Kambwili and the home he built all of a sudden in Luanshya plus his businesses and PhD, GBM’s diploma, ministers with no certificate or grade 12, road contact scandals, Nevers Mumba and his Canada scam, diplomats claiming refugee status abroad etc. You have a huge task at hand ACC.

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  5. ACC you got the report on the scam by the Ministry of Health conducted by the Kafue District Health Department Team. We want to know what happened to those who were stealing drugs for Zambians and selling them to neighbouring countries. We know the lady who reported the matter is being victimized by those in charge of this department. Please ensure she is safe, she was simply looking out for fellow Zambians and fear these guys might do something to her. You have all the evidence so you best get to work and fire these chaps. Google: MUVI TV KAFUE DRUG SCAM.

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  6. We made headlines for the wrong reasons. Thanks to Edgar Changwa Lungu-sha.
    Google: Zambia police tear gas opposition leader Mwamba’s home

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