Party of National Unity (PNU) Secretary General Kasote Singogo says the Ministry of General Education employee who stole K2.5 million did not want to be a victim of delayed pensions when he retires. The latest Auditor General’s report singled out Bwalya L Phiri, for paying himself a total of K2,577,055 in the year ended 2016, for unexplained purposes. According to the Auditor General, Phiri used different initials on nine occasions to draw money from a Ministry of General Education account, in an attempt to conceal the fraud whilst two of his colleagues also paid themselves K871,272 in similar circumstances. “Inquiries revealed that the funds drawn had been misappropriated by the said officers as they were not accounted for at the…...

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