African Parliamentarians Network Against Corruption (APNAC) Zambia Chapter chairman Cornelius Mweetwa says it is too early for the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) to ask for credit because the institution should do more to successfully prosecute serious corruption cases and win the public’s confidence. Last week, ACC public relations manager Timothy Moono said it was not right to say that the Commission failed to secure more convictions than acquittals, adding that in the last five years, 95 people had been convicted of corruption, who included some high profile individuals. “Over K78 million worth of assets have also been recovered and forfeited to the State. Suffice to add that the number of those acquitted is far less than the number of convictions as…...

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