ALLIANCE for Community Action (ACA) has called on government to take thorough action on corruption cases reported in the Financial Intelligence Typology Report. Commenting on revelations in the FIC Typology Report that a government entity awarded three contracts amounting to over US$30 million to an individual and two companies which presented falsified documents, ACA senior information and advocacy officer Jimmy Maliseni said he expected UPND to walk the talk on fighting corruption. “For us it is two things, the first thing is that we want the new administration to walk...

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