The Anti-Corruption Commission is today set to state its position on the impeding probe of former Information Minister Chishimba Kambwili for corruption.
ACC Spokesman Timothy Moono said in an interview that the Commission will state its position today on whether it will proceed with investigating Dr Kambwili or not.
Last week, a highly placed source at the ACC revealed that the Commission was set to start probing Dr Kambwili’s accumulation of vast wealth after serving in government for five years.
The source also revealed that State House has also given a go ahead to the Commission to investigate Dr Kambwili.
But Mr Moono said the Commission’s official position on the matter will be known today.
“I know that there is general interest in this matter but all I can say to you now is that on Monday, we will tell the public the official position regarding that matter,” Mr Moono said.
Images have emerged on social media showing Dr Kambwili’s plush villas in Luanshya and another set of 500 flats in Mitengo area on Ndola-Kitwe road and details of his contracts under Mwamona Investments, a firm in which he is Director which has obtained several huge public and private contracts.