THE Anti-Corruption Commission has disclosed that it received 222 reports of suspected corruption between January and August 2021, with more than 100 of those reports made immediately after the general election. And Justice Minister Mulambo Haimbe says his government will not allow criminals to evade justice and will leave no stone unturned by providing a conducive environment in which the fight against corruption can be effectively undertaken. In a speech read on his behalf by ACC director community education Dorothy Cheelo during the Zambia Anti Corruption Conference, Tuesday, ACC acting director Silumesi Muchula said the Commission always worried when they see the increasing number of suspected cases of corruption being reported. “It is a known fact that corruption has devastated…...

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