Since President Edgar Lungu declared last week that corruption in Zambia will never end because there is no effective system to fight the vice, many Zambians have poured their hearts in disappointment. Our view is that first, the definition of “corruption” seems to be beyond the understanding of President Lungu; and secondly, our Head of State doesn’t know the role he can play as Republican President to end the vice. But just to remind those who may have forgotten, President Lungu was invited to officiate at the International Anti Corruption Day, at which he had this to say: “I want it to be known that an allegation of corruption against a minister will not entail that he has to be…...

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