VETERAN politician Vernon Mwaanga says it is common to see those who have only served in government for a short time becoming inexplicably wealthy, while those who fought for freedom and served longer, live modestly or in poverty. In a statement ahead of Africa Day, Monday, Mwaanga noted that in some countries, corruption had been so entrenched and normalised that it was seen as being abnormal to hold a senior position in government and yet stay corruption free. “As we mark another Africa Day, previously known as Africa Freedom Day,…...

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