The Choma Magistrate court has convicted a Zambia Sugar employee to four years imprisonment with hard labour for corrupt practices involving K10, 000.

In a statement unveiled to the media today, ACC Public Relations Manager Timothy Moono revealed that Commission in 2014 arrested Willard Mwiinga a 40- year- old Maintenance Superintendent at Zambia Sugar Company PLC of House number 4 Mukuyu Staff Area for corrupt practices by Private Body, contrary to Section 20 (1) as read with section 41 of the AC Act No. 3 of 2012 of the Laws of Zambia.

Mr. Moono explained that on dates unknown but between 1st January and 26th April 2014, in Mazabuka District of Southern Province of the Republic of Zambia, Willard Mwiinga being an employee of Zambia Sugar Company did corruptly solicit for K40 000 and received K10 000 cash gratification, from, a Director of Lazpine Engineering Company, as an inducement for having facilitated the award of contract to maintain rollers to Lazpine Engineering Contractor at Zambia Sugar Company PLC.

Mr. Moono further stated that Magistrate Exonorbit Zulu passed judgement over this matter.

“The Choma Magistrate court has convicted a Zambia Sugar employee to four years imprisonment with hard labour for corrupt practices involving K10, 000” Mr. Moono said

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    • Next is Kibble Nalumpa, Hakanseke, Phillimon Mbewe, Esau Phiri of Zambia Sugar garage and Kaoma Bowa of the factory. Please stop from corrupt you guys.

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    • And also the accounts payable and some known chaps from finance; Ireen Kalenda and the whole Zambia Sugar accounts payable. Apparently there are chewing money for deceased and ex employers.

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    • Effing ACC, how many have you arrested from the auditors report bafikala?

      This should not even be news… cast the effing bet on the other side bafikala and you will find what you are meant to dredge out!

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  1. This is very common especially in the mines where people in the chain of supply i.e buyers and end users demand payment for any transaction.

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  2. Since you always demand evidence, can you tells how many notes he received, in what denominations, what were the serial numbers? How do you know they came from Lazpine Engineering Contractors? Who withdrew the money? From which Bank?Any recording to confirm soliciting? If nothing of the sort, then he is probably a victim of tribal hatred.

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  3. Jon Nindi from the factory is next. He is always building mansions from bribes and showing off on face book. Where does he get the money, amambala?

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