FIGHTING corruption is a lonely undertaking. Many people in this country who despise corruption do not have the courage to condemn it publicly. Some can’t talk about the rampant corruption that has been going on because the culprits are their close friends while some are just cowards and they get intimidated very easily. Some try to talk, but as soon as they open their mouths, a ‘carrot’ is shoved down their throats and they shut up. The Musa Mwenyes, the Rueben Lifukas, the Mutembo Nchitos, the Laura Mitis of this...

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