FORMER Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) Director General Alita Mbahwe says the commission will achieve very little if staff levels and office presence in districts remain low across the country. And Mbahwe says since she left office in 2020, she still receives phone calls from members of the public asking about the construction of a national rehabilitation centre. In an interview, Mbahwe said people needed services in every corner of the country. “You can plan and plan as much as you want to plan but if the numbers at the Drug Enforcement Commission are to remain the way they are, they are not going to achieve what they are supposed to achieve. Zambia is big and we’re talking about 600 people…...

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