PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema says his administration does not want to use the corruption fight to victimise anyone, adding that government understands citizens’ frustrations about the slow process and is determined to pick up speed. And President Hichilema says sometimes the media is slow, because even when government has given them a go-ahead for self-regulation, they are still grappling with how to do it. Meanwhile, USAID Administrator Samantha Power says government’s agenda to strengthen the rule of law and fight corruption is something hardly seen anywhere. Speaking when the USAID delegation paid a courtesy call on him, Wednesday, President Hichilema assured that government would be professional in the fight against corruption. “We are very clear about our fight against corruption. We…...

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