The 42 Fire Trucks
The 42 Fire Trucks costing $1million a piece
Green Party President Peter Sinkamba says his party has taken a different approach to deal with the controversial acquisition of the 42 Fire Engine Trucks by the Zambian Government at an amount of 42 million US Dollars by engaging the European Partners against Corruption and the European Contact-Point Network against Corruption (EPAC/EACN).

In an interview today, Sinkamba said stakeholder organizations condemning the Green Party’s step of seeking assistance from EPAC/EACN to establish whether or not active or passive corruption took place in the transaction involving an EU domiciled supplier in Spain and a third party Lusaka based procurement firm Grand View International Limited are not at the same level with the Greens.

“Those condemning the Green Party’s step of seeking assistance from EPAC/EACN to establish whether or not active or passive corruption took place in the transaction involving an EU domiciled supplier in Spain and a third party Lusaka based procurement firm Grand View International Limited are not at the same level with the Greens” Sinkamba

In a related development, the Green Party is investigating the issue of the Guptas family’s presence in Zambia who are an international cartel of corruption.

Green Party President Peter Sinkamba told Pan African Radio News today that the Guptas should not be entertained in Zambia because they are involved in State Capture Corruption.

“We are investigating the issue of the Guptas family’s presence in Zambia who are an international cartel of corruption” Sinkamba said

It has been reported in some section of the media that the Gupta family which has robbed South Africa of its resources has relocated to Zambia and is grabbing all government contracts under the rebranded name of ‘Yousufs’.

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14 COMMENTS

    • @Sinkamba,
      no genuine or well-meaning stakeholder organizations will condemn your Green Party’s action concerning this FF truck saga. Just push it through, the common Zambian is on your side, and that is what matters!!!

      You just caught them unaware as they were not expecting one would take up this case that far apart from protesting through the media.
      At the moment you are the only formidable representative of the people, so keep on going !!!

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    • This is a commendable approach. Pressure needs to be mounted from all angles.

      The Kleptocrats need to be held accountable.

      Good work Sinkamba.Next we need work on legalizing the herb.

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    • Lazy Lungu will turn around and state its in his jurisdiction why should foreigners be involved just bring evidence to me…..watch this space!!

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  1. I totally agree with General Kanene. The Greens are the only formidable representatives of the People. The way they got the Concourt judges to account for their incompetence through the JCC was commendable. I am sure the EU partners will take the investigations to another level so that culprits are brought to book. Bravo Sinkamba!

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  2. Well you done Greens…….while you wield more influence as a party in easing these issues on the international stage as individuals we can and are playing an active role by passing on online petitions……we have said this before, lungus weakness is his need for forigne aid.

    If there was no such need HH, S.chishimba, and CK would have still locked up..

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  3. Good thinking ba Sinkamba, actions speaks louder than words. Very soon you will hear the man without direction Mr HH repeating your words. We need serious opposition leaders not crying for the lost elections on daily basis. People need to move on and face the challenges our country is facing. Its pointless to condemning everything without providing solutions.

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  4. Commendable! We must turn up the volume on accountability.. 42 wheelbarrows cannot cost $42million!

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