PF media director Sunday Chanda says it is wrong to insinuate that politicians from the opposition and ruling parties cannot own land in the de-gazetted Forest 27, saying previous presidents have equally de-gazetted forests before to accommodate growing demand for land. And Chanda says the PF should be credited for putting up mechanisms, such as the creation of the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC), that have led to an improved corruption fight.
 Speaking on Radio Phoenix’s Let the People Talk programme, Tuesday, Chanda said the allocation of plots in the de-gazetted forest to some members of the opposition, ruling party and ordinary Zambians shows that the process complied with the law on land acquisition.
 He said any Zambian could own land…...

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