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The Anti-Corruption Commission has said that it has commenced investigation to determine whether the specifications of the fire tenders as contained in the tender document tally with those of the supplied fire trucks.

In a press briefing this afternoon,ACC Public Relations Manager Timothy Moono told the media that the commission has noted calls from members of the public and other stakeholders for the matter to be investigated considering the amount of money involved.

Below is the ACC Full media briefing

ACC PRESS BRIEFING 1 DEC 2017

I wish to welcome to you the Anti-Corruption Commission, and particularly to this Media Briefing that will address some salient matters relating to the fight against corruption in Zambia and the Commission’s efforts in curbing the vice.

Let me begin by stating that the Commission takes very seriously the comments and views of the general public on matters relating to the fight against corruption because it is aware that the public’s and national interests are at the core of its very existence. In its operations, the ACC is guided by the Laws of Zambia, particularly the Anti-Corruption Act No. of 2012 and other related pieces of legislation.

The Commission will thus continue to exercise its autonomy in accordance with its mandate as provided for in the Law.
The Commission wishes to assure the nation that it will continue to discharge its mandate with the utmost professionalism and will continue to pursue all cases of suspected corruption to their logical conclusion.

The fight against corruption is not an easy one, and corruption cases are usually complex and may take time to conclude effectively. This does not mean that the Commission is not doing its job.

In fighting corruption, it is very difficult to live up to each and every person’s expectations, but the Commission always endeavors to live up to the collective expectation of the citizens of this country, as the institution exists to serve them. It is in this light that the Commission always takes an interest in matters that are of concern to the public, as long as they fall within the ambit of the Commission.

These matters are dealt with independently and professionally, until their logical conclusion.

The Auditor General’s Reports

As part of its mandate, the Commission will continue to take keen interest in reports of mismanagement of funds revealed in the Auditor-General’s report, particularly those involving corruption and abuse of authority of office. You may wish to know that since 2010, the Commission began to report and deal separately cases of corruption from the Auditor General’s Office as a way of creating clear reporting and investigations lines on some cases.

Further, in 2012, the Commission signed a memorandum of understanding with the Auditor-General’s office that would enable the Commission to have timely access to information relating to corruption arising from audits undertaken by the Auditor-General’s office.

This meant that the Commission did not have to wait for the Report to be released for investigations to commence.

Over the years, the commission has investigated and prosecuted a number of cases arising from the Auditor-General’s report and huge sums of money have been recovered as result of the Commission’s interventions.

Between 2013 and 2015, the Commission investigated a total of 87 cases of corruption arising from the Auditor-General’s reports.

After investigations were conducted, most of the issues were found to have already been resolved administratively by respective ministries and departments. However, some notable cases during this period include the following:

1. Alleged abuse of Authority of Office against the Managing Director at NATSAVE, Mr Cephas Chabu. The investigations into this matter were concluded and the docket was submitted to the Office of the DPP for consideration of giving consent to prosecute.

2. Alleged abuse of authority of office against Mwansabombwe MP Rodgers Mwewa in the manner he imposed the purchase of a Toyota Hiace Van which was converted into an ambulance, using Constituency Development funds and subsequently influenced the decision of the Tender Committee of the Kawambwa District Council to award the contract for the said minibus to his brother Thomson Mwewa at the cost of K 220, 000.

3. Alleged abuse of authority of office against former Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary-Administration Anna Mwitwa in the manner she abrogated tender procurement procedures in awarding contracts to various firms’ worth over K2.5million. Ms Mwitwa was arrested by the Commission in March 2015 and charged with seven (7) counts of abuse of authority of office. A Nolle was entered by the DPP in the Kitwe Magistrates Court.

4. Alleged abuse of authority of office against former Chisamba Member of Parliament and Deputy Minister of Local Government Mr Moses Muteteka. Mr Muteteka was found guilty on one count of theft by Public Servant and one count of abuse of authority of office in a matter relating to acquisition of hammer mills. The properties involved in this case which include bicycles, solar panels and hammer mills have been forfeited to the state.

5. Alleged abuse of authority of office against some named officials at Gender in Development Division (GIDD) in the manner they obtained money in form of allowances for workshops purported to have taken place when in fact not. There were two similar cases. In the first case the money involved was K65,000 and in the second case it was K198,188.67. Consent to prosecute was not granted and the DPP advised that the money be recovered from the named erring officers through administrative intervention. I wish to inform you that the K65,000 in the first case has been recovered and the process of recovering the K198,188.67 is still in process.

2015 Auditor General’s Report

From the 2015 Auditor-General’s Report, the Commission picked a total of 11 cases for investigations and the status of these are as follows;

1. Investigations into alleged failure to obtain value for money in procurement involving the Ministry of Mines and Energy. This is a matter in which Officials at the Ministry procured four LaserJet printers at K 38, 400, when earlier the same type of printers had been acquired by the same department for K 5, 000 each. Following the Commission’s investigations in this matter, the responsible officer has since been surcharged by the Institution.

2. Investigations into allegations of abuse of office involving a former Zambian Ambassador to Brussels in the manner US$8,000 was obtained meant as school fees for a niece. Investigations revealed that no such person was enrolled at the named college and the money has since been refunded in full. Over K 110, 000 has been recovered and forfeited to the state.

3. Investigations into allegations of abuse of authority of office involving a former Zambian High Commissioner to Kenya. In this matter, a former High Commissioner to Kenya is alleged to have used public funds for payment of transportation of personal goods amounting to US$17,825 (K109,900). Following the investigations, the Commission has referred the matter to the relevant authority for recovery of the money.

4. Investigations into alleged abandonment of a site by a contractor who was engaged to construct 20 medium cost houses in Lunga District in Luapula.. Investigations in this matter are almost complete.

5. Investigations into allegations of abandonment of site after a contractor who was engaged to construct 20 low cost houses in Sinda District in Eastern province subcontracted 99 percent of the works to another company contrary to approved guidelines. The subcontracted company is alleged to have abandoned the project as they did not receive payment from the main contractor, which had itself received payment from the Ministry of Works and Supply. Investigations in this matter are also nearly conclusion.

6. Investigations involving the procurement of goods worth K248, 709 by the Ministry of Health in Chipata and Livingstone using accountable imprest contrary to Financial Regulations. Investigations have advanced and are nearing conclusion in this matter.

7. Investigations into alleged irregular drawing of double salaries by over 200 former Ministry of Health workers who were employed into the Ministry of Defence. It is alleged that the named officers continued drawing salaries from their former Ministry, while also getting paid from their new Ministry. Investigations in this matter have been concluded and administrative action has been recommended for recoveries of the monies to be made from the affected officers who include some doctors and nurses.

8. Investigations into alleged drawing of funds amounting to over K300, 000 by a named official at the Ministry of Education for an activity that did not take place. Through the investigations, the funds have been recovered and the Commission has submitted to have the concerned officer prosecuted for theft of public resources.

9. Investigations into alleged financial irregularities at Luampa Secondary School in Western Province. In this matter, a number of payments for goods and services were made by the school, without evidence of receipts. Investigations are almost completed in this matter.

10. Investigations into alleged abandonment of construction works at Nsenga Earth Dam in Petauke District by a named contractor. In addition, there are also investigations into the certification of shoddy works for payments by officials at the Ministry of Agriculture. Investigations are ongoing in this matter.

11. Investigations into the certification for payment on unexecuted works by a named officer in the Buildings Department at the Ministry of Works and Supply. This is a matter where a contractor was engaged to construct a health centre, staff house, and three pit latrines in Solwezi. The funds were paid following the certification, but the works were not done. Investigations are ongoing and have reached an advanced stage.

2016 Auditor General’s Report

The recent revelations in the 2016 Auditor-General’s Report of financial mismanagement in the public sector is of great concern to the Commission. The increase in misapplication of funds from about K28 million in 2015 to about K162 million Kwacha in 2016 is a serious indication that there is a problem with financial management systems.

The increase in unaccounted for funds from about K190,000 in 2015 to about K380,000 in 2016 is also of serious concern. There must be a deliberate initiative to strengthen financial management systems in the public sector so as to close up opportunities for leakages of public funds.

The Commission is therefore elated with the assurance made by the Secretary to the Treasury Mr Fredson Yamba that there is a processing in offing that will deal with these financial loopholes in the public sector.
I wish to also state that the Commission is already studying the 2016 Auditor-General’s Report and the Commission has picked a total of 20 cases that relate to its mandate.

This follows a collaborative meeting with the Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) at which the DEC also selected some cases for investigation. These cases will be pursued to their logical conclusion.

The Commission wishes to warn public officers against abusing their positions to enrich themselves at the expense of the Zambian people. The Commission will not relent in pursuing such individuals and will ensure that they face the full wrath of the law.

The public may also wish to know that while the Auditor-General records all audit queries in their report which they encountered when conducting an audit, a number of these reported cases are often resolved by the time the Report is released.

The Commission has therefore observed that the Report by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) often gives a more accurate picture on the unresolved cases, whether criminal or administrative in nature.

Fire Tenders

Recently, there has also been a lot of public concern over the procurement of 42 Fire Tenders by government at a cost of 42 million US Dollars. The Commission has noted the calls from members of the public and other stakeholders for the matter to be investigated as the amount spent has been said to be exorbitant.

As earlier stated, I wish to reiterate that the Commission in 2016 investigated this matter in accordance with its mandate to establish whether there was corruption regarding the manner in which the tender was awarded to the successful bidder. The investigations revealed that the tender procedures were followed in awarding of the tender in this issue.

The major concern from members of the public is that the Fire Tenders that were delivered appear not to match with the cost. There are also still allegations that corruption may have played a part in the procurement process. The Commission is alive to these issues.

The Commission has gathered information on the same and after evaluation, an exercise has since commenced to determine whether the specifications of the fire tenders as contained in the tender document tally with the specifications of the supplied fire tenders. Once this process is completed, the next course of action will be taken.

2017 Third Quarter Activities

Allow me to also give you an update on the Commission’s activities during the 3rd quarter of 2017.

The Commission, under its Corruption Prevention mandate, continued to implement strategies and programs aimed at promoting integrity in both public and private institutions.

Activities conducted in this regard included co-ordination of Integrity Committee activities and collaborations with other institutions on anti-corruption best practices, and conducting of workshops on Ethics and Integrity building in various institutions.

The Commission conducted a Chief Executives’ Forum for Chief Executive officers of Integrity Committee institutions aimed at getting them involved in policy matters relating to the IC’s.

The Commission also held a training workshop for the newly formed Integrity Committee at the Ministry of Tourism and Arts. The total number of Integrity Committees stands at 56, and during the third quarter, the Commission also held meetings with other Institutions that want to set up integrity committees.

With respect to public sensitization, the Commission continues to conduct various activities aimed at reaching different audiences with anti-corruption messages. In the 3rd quarter the Commission conducted study circles and lectures with various institutions and communities on corruption and the role of citizens and the ACC in combatting it

The Commission also continued with the distribution of Civic Education anti-corruption supplementary books to all provinces. Reading materials in form of newsletters, brochures and leaflets containing information on corruption were also distributed across the country.

The Commission also continued supporting the activities of Anti-Corruption Clubs in various schools. During the quarter, the Commission reached out to over 3,750 people with Anti-Corruption messages across the country.

With regard to the Enforcement mandate which includes investigations and Prosecutions, the Commission received a total of 250 reports of suspected cases of corruption during the 3rd quarter of 2017. Out of these cases, 163 reports did not contain elements of corruption and advice was subsequently given to the complainants on alternative avenues for pursuing the matters.

87 reports contained elements of corruption and out of these 58 were authorized for investigations and 5 were authorized for Corruption Prevention Exercises (CPEs). 19 reports did not have sufficient details of the corruption offence to warrant investigations and so these were not authorized for further investigations.

Of these, 14 were referred to relevant institutions for administrative action while the rest were closed with no further action. By the end of the 3rd quarter, the Commission had a total of 575 cases under investigation. The Commission recorded 1 Arrest, 1 Acquittal and 5 Convictions country-wide.

Status Of Some High Public Interest Cases

May I now proceed to give you a brief status of some of the cases which are of public interest and have been in public domain.

1. Alleged corruption against Former Minister of Information Hon. Chishimba Kambwili. Investigations have been concluded and the matter has been referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions for guidance.

2. Allegations of Corruption in the awarding of the contract for the construction of the Lusaka-Ndola Dual carriage way. The Commission is conducting an inquiry into this matter.

3. Allegations of mismanagement of funds at the National Youth Development Council (NYDC) involving UPP leader Saviour Chishimba. The investigations have been concluded and the case has been submitted to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions for consent to prosecute.

4. Investigations into alleged corruption involving unaccounted for funds at the Solwezi Municipal Council. Investigations into the matter were concluded, and the case was closed as there was no evidence of corruption.

5. Alleged abuse of authority of office against the Chief Executive Officer at the Zambia Law Development Commission. Investigations in this matter have been concluded. The Commission is analyzing the information so far gathered before the next course of action is taken.

6. Alleged corruption in the manner Ministry of Health procured ambulances at a cost of US$288,000 per ambulance. The Commission has instituted investigations into this matter.

7. The Commission is also investigating a number of cases of suspected corruption arising from information from the Financial Intelligence Centre. The cases relate to suspicious transaction that may amount to payment of bribes to individuals and firms. Investigations are on-going in these cases.

8. The Commission has also been investigating cases of suspected fraud and corruption at the Ministry of Lands involving officials of a company contracted by the Ministry to design and develop a Land Management Database. Investigations have been concluded and have revealed glaring tampering and altering of information on the system. The Commission will soon be taking the next course of action.

CONCLUSION

Ladies and Gentlemen, the fight against corruption is not an easy one, but with concerted efforts by all stakeholders, it can be won. The Commission remains committed to its mandate and will endeavor to do even more in ensuring that cases of corruption are investigated efficiently and effectively and concluded within the shortest possible time. The Commission calls on all members of the public to remain confident in its operations and to report suspected cases of corruption to the Commission.

Thank you.

Timothy Moono
PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER
ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION

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51 COMMENTS

    • We know the outcome of this investigation already. It would have made sense if the investigation team was independent from Government as suggested by other people.

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    • Heeeesh, feel sorry for Timothy to be announcing how trashy the PF government is. Reading this is worse than Paradise Papers.
      But shocking enough the State house is immune from ACC.
      How long will these ‘investigations’ take?

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    • This is smoke that more than thunders. It is choking. Indeed, there is no smoke without fire, and fire trucks without smoke!

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    • Whitewashing here…

      I mean why have recommendations to prosecute been idle? Who gives the go ahead to prosecute?

      These cases will only be concluded once Jonathan is out of office in 2021. That is why Jonathan will cling on to power via his third term madness. The chap is so drunk he thinks he has only served one term. In the end, all his corrupt cronies will abandon him. His ill gotten wealth will be seized, and he will be back where he started…with his 1979 Toyota Corolla, scruffy clothes, and dining in compounds on nshima with dried fish, no gravy. And a bottle of mosi under his seat.

      How did we end up with such trash??? God knows we do not deserve this, I hope he hears our cries for help.

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    • THE FIRE TENDERS DEAL IS PARTICULARLY GALLING.

      PLEASE CONCLUDE EXPEDITIOUSLY. WE WERE NOT AMUSED: INCLUDING THE IMF.

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  1. But fi ACC you said they followed procedure when everyone said the issue was not procedure but the amounts.

    Ubukopo mu zed.

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  2. Just window dressing.
    This investigation will carry once Jona Chakolwa, Kaizer, & P.F Cadre pompwe’s are OUT of office.
    MA RUBBISH CHABE!

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    • Possible the Don of Kuku Compound in Chawama has been told by IMF to clean up his Corrupt act before he sees a Red Cent of IMF loans, so this is a smokescreen by his Dull Spin-doctors to appear tough on Corruption.
      TOO LATE BA GULUGUFE’ IMWE!!

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    • Too much corruption even IMF knows a Scania can not cost more than $150K if you are buying 42 fire trucks!!

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  3. Saviour Chishimba and Chishimba Kambwili the only ones mentioned by name. Rest of the “dealers” names hidden. Are they cadres? Their names are “a named official” or “a named company”!!

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  4. good to hear the ACC is still alive and following these issues of corruption…but should also have shade light on the allegations of bribes of 3 vehicles by one of the ministers currently serving…we are waiting on this case.

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  5. KUTI… just blind folding us, the president hasn’t even given them a go ahead.
    usually he’d give them a go ahead, then instruct a STOP. I don’t understand what goes on with my fellow citizens, they behave like zombies just chasing after something to eat.

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  6. These are steps in the right direction and most importantly feedback is needed so that the public does not speculate. However, why is the DPP issuing nolles after the commission had investigated and the case went to court? This is the frustrating part because at the end of the day we(the public) want a conviction to deter any future perpetrators and those nolles from the DPP are just a step in the opposite direction.
    We need to see convictions regardless of the offenders!

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  7. U are a very big disgrace. U mean u have to u a microscope to see that there is something wrong in the procurement of fire tenders? U must know the reason why u are in that office. Equally Edgar must understand that the people of Zambia put him in that office to perform duties that pleases electorates and God in heaven who authorises leadership failure to which the curse befall on cheating leaders. Shame on u ACC. U are such a useless institution.

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  8. You buy a vehicle for 1 million dollars and ensure it for a few thousand dollars. Can you be more stupid than that?

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  9. The fight is real but i doubt if ACC is equal to the task. We need you to be proactive in these matters. How come statehouse aides have not been mentioned when its visible for all to see how rich some of them have become within a short period of time. Are you afraid of something or someone?

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  10. Tapali uko fileya. It will just die silently. Such investigations yield no results in Zambia. Waste of time, space and reporting.

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  11. Why is that only vocal opposition leaders are being investigated and called out by name? We know many PF thugs are looting government money.

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  12. “….has commenced investigation to determine whether the specifications of the fire tenders as contained in the tender document tally with those of the supplied fire trucks…..”

    No.no no no no….already you are throwing ambiguities…we all the specs will match the tender , it is the cost as regards to those specs…..those trucks cost $280k , how was a $1 million price tag sanctioned ?? Why were the trucks not bought directly from scania ?

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    • Exactly my argument. It’s not that the specifications will be different. It’s the cost of the Fire Engines. That’s the big elephant in the room.

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  13. …we really are not a serious people…by now several heads could have already rolled, suspensions and charges could have already been effected…
    …the investigation must be extended to the manufacturer…let us establish what the successful supply paid the manufacturer for the trucks….secondly, why insure the trucks at a lesser amount….??
    ..if we had to decide to resell the trucks..nowhere in the whole world would anyone buy them even if we reduced the price to $300, 000 each..not even the OEM, Original Equipment Manufacturer
    …How can we go for a designer fire tender for Mufumbwe, Kawambwa, etc districts with a two storey building being the highest building…??..eeish

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  14. This is only to show the IMF that PF are doing something….otherwise forget..

    But lungu is corrupt , as shown Kenya to build 530km dual carriagway at $620m and lungu is wsnting $1.3 billion for 350 kms ??

    Lungu is a corrupt theif…

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  15. After revelations that the wheel-barrows are on insured for $250k and you come out gun blazing? You who the untouchables involved and you knew this from day. Hence, the reason you supported the tender and declared it legitimate. Stop taking Zambians for fools and close shop. You are of no use!

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  16. Prompted by the revelations of $250,000 insurance highlighting the value of each fire engine then reacting to be seen relevant? Come the ACC knew from the word go and only hibernated because the people involved are untouchables!

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  17. How can this Anticorruption open investingation on Fire Tenders when in the first place they said tender procedure were follwed? What has changed now, are they just playing game and appear to be fighting corruption? Even an old fool knows what will be the conclusion of fire tender issue. The biased Anti Corruption Commission is ashamed of its silence on fire tenders and they have been pushed by Kambwili hence the reason they now want to APPEAR as though they are fighting corruption.

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    • By the way why is president Lungu alleged corruption and stealing public funds to build all over Lusaka not incuded of that fake list of investigations? Why is Amos Chanda and Kaizer Zulu not among the list of alleged corrupt people because it is in the public domain that the two guys have wealth they cannot explain.

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    • Ladiesvand gentlemen at anticorrpution, how about Mukula tree ussue, isn’t it worthy investigating the issue? Kampyongo and Lusambo have been name in alleged corruption, what are you scared of? We want them to account for their wealth as some have received cars to facilitate corrupt deals come on men pounce on them if you are serious with fighting corruption. You cannot arrest small things leaving big ones plundering the only left resources, who can believe your crusade?

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  18. I told you so…IMF told them no deal unless you chase up the corruption of fire tenders, Auditors report etc
    Now they are becoming seriuos…..

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  19. OK, IF EACH FIRE TENDER IS INSURED FOR ONLY 250,000 USD WHEN IT COSTS 1 MILLION USD THEN THERE MUST BE SOMETHING HONESTLY FISHY HERE. EVEN IF YOU LOOKED AT DEPRECIATION.

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  20. Fusek. You think we are kindergarten children? It is not the specs. that we are questioning, NO. But the amount. ACC, you are a disgrace to the wellbeing and future of Zambia.

    Saviour Chishimba and Kambwili Chishimba blew the whistle on so many corruption going on in PF gvnt. But wat did u ACC do? You went after their throat as a way of shutting them off.

    NOW WHO DO YOU THINK WILL BLOW THE WHISTLE ON CORRUPTION OR WHO WILL REPPRT TO YOU ABOIT CORRUPTION OCCURENCES? IN THIS CURRENT GOVERNMENT, WHISTLE BLOWERS ARE NOT PROTECTED.

    YOU SHOWED US THAT ANYONE WHO BLOW THE WHISTLE IS DOING IT AT OWN RISK.

    So stop the drama Ba Moono and ACC. If you have nothing to do, just shut up. ACC IN ITS CURRENT FORM IS THE WORST CORRUPT AGENCY OF GOVERNMENT AND IT IS ACTUALLY THE ONE FUELING…

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    • If the specs pushed the amount up, then the amount is justified. Anything other than that is a witch hunt-task force 2!! Chishimba and Kambwili are just bitter, disgruntled and corrupt elements preying on weak minds like yours to discredit the PF which threw them out. Why make noise when you are outside and not resign first?? Why is Kambwili in court blocking his expulsion?? Let the ACC do their job.

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    • Imwe ba citizen..

      Acc want to dupe us ati checking weather the specs delivered match tender requirements, of course they will, it is paying 1 million for a 280k truck that is the problem .

      Even the insurance refused to recognise a 1 million price tag..

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    • …you can’t prove jack, spaka. You can’t get a quote for such equipment on google. You had all the time but like your loser friend Kambwili, you can’t come up with anything except hot air!!!

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    • Cant prove what imwe ba kabwlala ….Here is the price for a more advanced fire truck compared to those wheel borrows.

      google.co.uk/amp/s/www.crawleyhappytimes.co.uk/new-state-of-the-art-fire-engine-for-crawley/amp/

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  21. How come this report has only come out after the IMF has denied to give you morons dollars? You cannot mention only a few names and leave others out, what are you hiding if indeed this is a true fight against corruption. Does it mean that others are untouchable? The financial intelligence unit has mentioned a lot of current cabinet ministers receiving huge amounts in their bank accounts, why not mention them by name as well? How about Kaiza, Amos , Dora etc? This selective fight is what has tarnished the image of this country. Bring back the money from those wheelbarrows and those death trap ambulances. Abash corruption.

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  22. Why now, a while ago they had already announced that there was no corruption involve with the procurement of the 42 Wheel Barrows. Simply just lip service as we all know the outcome to follow. Chita!!!

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  23. Fellow Citizens

    This fake waking up of ACC is only as a result of the outrage expressed by us, citizens of Zambia, whose money they are stealing, the outrage we showed in social media has made them do a bit if window dressing.. ..

    Our next battle is the $1.3 billion 350 km road lungu wants us to pay for.. ….kenya has just announced a $650 million 560km dual carriage……..lungu wants to dupe us by throwing in a few useless hotels ???

    Let us express the same outrage and maybe this gang of corrupt theives lead by lungu will have 2nd thoughts…

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  24. Please let us NOT politicize the fight against corruption.
    These are complex issues as opposed to what UPND cadres would want us to believe.
    If the ACC does not take its time to do proper investigations,the DPP may have no choice but not to prosecute.
    Infact,you can all see from the stats how hard it is to convict people.Most of the cases are being resolved administratively.
    In law,it really doesn’t matter what you feel as a UPND cadre .

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    • If you are calling public outrage over blatant corruption and mismangment of public funds like the 42/42 fire truck scandal politicizing of corruption then more of the same is needed…..acc are sleeping or compromised…

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  25. The cases are immense, no wander they take long. There is need to increase the number of investigators at ACC if the fight is to be effective.

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  26. Kenya is spending $620m on a 500km dual carriageway and Zambia is spending how much? Can we have the Lungu of Kenya or Tanzania to come and guide us on how to minimise costs and complete value for money projects please? There you ACC, more revelations!

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