GOVERNANCE activist Rueben Lifuka says President Hakainde Hichilema has an opportunity to reset the fight against corruption as he addresses the nation today because it has suffered setbacks in recent weeks. In a write up, Sunday, Lifuka said the fight against corruption had suffered setbacks with the controversy surrounding the Director of Public Prosecution’s office, adding that the anti corruption crusade was currently suffering from low public trust. “President Hichilema has an opportunity tomorrow to reset the whole fight against corruption which in recent weeks has suffered setbacks particularly with…...

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