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The Lusaka Magistrates Court has sentenced three Drivers at the University of Zambia to Four Months Imprisonment for forgery, uttering of false documents, and obtaining pecuniary advantage.

Chief Resident Magistrate Kenneth Mulife found Charles Mulenga, 41, of House No. 04/04 Kabanana, Duncan Chuma, 42, of Kabanana Compound 225, and Kingslay Mupotola, 44, of House No. 168A, Mauzu, Kabangwe guilty of one Count of Obtaining Pecuniary Advantage by False Pretenses, one Count of Forgery and one Count of Uttering a False Document.

The trio was arrested by the Anti-Corruption Commission in February 2015, and the sentence is with effect from 25th November 2016.

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  1. Only workers on the lower rung of the ladder get prosecuted. Corruption is rampant among top management officials, who steal huge sums, but they get away with it.

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  2. Am one of the Drivers who did apply for this job but I wasn’t picked tho I was shortlisted for the job I even did a job interview but I was not picked because I had no money. The same guys that got the job did not have correct dox for the job, but me I hard all the required documents but was left out, that how God works. There is to mouch corruption at the institution tho not all.

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  3. thats a good move by anti-corruption but i still believe you have do more to cub this animal corruption at UNZA ,am talking of experience as i always go to this institution to have our material tested but what happens there is total rubbish ,all the do is to pocket the money and give the chinese fake reports hence these chinese do shoddy work because of these consultants and technicians involved in testing and giving fake results without Passing the tests how can u develop like that.Some of them even live life beyond what the get as pay.So pliz look into this before the whole nation is collapsed with shoddy works by the chinese contractors

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