President Edgar Lungu says his Minister of Local government Vincent Mwale already cleared the air on fire tenders in Parliament. And President Lungu says he will be guided by Parliament and other governance institutions on whether or not to extend the Threatened State of Emergency. Speaking to journalists when he arrived from Angola on Tuesday, President Lungu however insisted that those with evidence of corruption in the procurement of 42 fire tenders at a cost of $42 million should assist investigative wings. “I was with the Minister of Local government today and as far as he is concerned, the matter was above board, it is a matter which went to court, it is a matter which went for arbitration and…...

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