TRANSPARENCY International Zambia executive director Maurice Nyambe has urged government to implement agricultural programmes and interventions that will be devoid of corruption as a means of securing nutritional resilience and food security. In a statement, Wednesday, in commemoration of the Africa Freedom Day, Nyambe said the rot of corruption and nonchalance of governments towards their people were key factors that should be addressed to solve the problem of food insecurity and malnutrition in Africa. “The rot of corruption and nonchalance of governments towards their people are key factors that must…...

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