PF deputy national chairperson Davies Chama says the UPND should apologize for previously insinuating that the 48 houses were owed by a PF official. And Chama has described UPND’s 100 days in office as a sham. Commenting on the Anti-Corruption Commission’s move to arrest Charles Loyana, a senior accountant at the Ministry of Finance and his wife for allegedly concealing and possessing 51 houses in Lusaka‚Äôs Chalala area, Wednesday, Chama said it was unfortunate that the UPND had in the past insinuated that the houses were owned by former president Edgar Lungu’s family. “It is good that because they are now the ones in leadership… you know in the past they made a lot of accusations, false accusations that those…...

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