TRANSPARENCY International Zambia (TI-Z) executive director Maurice Nyambe says there have been concerns from stakeholders that some ruling party officials have been presenting lists of their ‘recommended persons’ whom they deem to be more deserving of recruitment. But UPND deputy secretary general Gertrude Imenda has challenged those accusing the ruling party of interfering with the ongoing teacher recruitment process to produce evidence, claiming that PF sympathisers in the civil service are actually including people they know to the list. In a statement, Thursday, Nyambe called on the UPND administration to intervene and stop the political interference in the ongoing teacher recruitment exercise. “It has come to our attention, through a nationwide debate, that there have been suspicions of political interference…...

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