VICE-PRESIDENT Mutale Nalumango says President Hakainde Hichilema cannot move into State House at the moment because government has no money to renovate it. And Vice-President Nalumango says investigations on some corruption cases involving members of the previous government have almost been concluded. Speaking during the Vice-President’s question time in Parliament, Friday, Vice-President Nalumango said government needed to bring State House to a desirable standard for the Head of State. “Government at the moment still believes that the President needs to be in State House as every other. But as [of] now there are no resources to work on that House. We need to work on State House and as soon [as possible]. If it is brought to a standard that…...

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