JUSTICE Minister Mulambo Haimbe says when one steals K200 or a chicken, there’s no alternative to jail time unlike those who corruptly loot public resources because the Anti-Corruption Act provides for amnesty in certain cases. And Haimbe says the President and all Ministers have declared their assets in one form or another. When asked by a caller during Prime TV’s Oxygen of Democracy programme whether it was fair that somebody who stole a K200 would go to prison but someone who had corruptly obtained millions did not go to prison, Monday, Haimbe said the two offences were dealt with by two different pieces of legislation. “Matters of law are very complicated, I could give a reverse example depending on where…...

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