ECONOMIC Front leader Wynter Kabimba says President Hakainde Hichilema is weakening the corruption fight by making prejudicial statements. And Kabimba says if a snap election was to be held today, President Hichilema would lose despite getting a standing ovation from the European Union Parliament. Commenting on President Hichilema’s remarks that his administration did not want to use the corruption fight to victimise anyone, Kabimba said the President should dissociate the fight from his office if he wanted it to succeed. “If the President wants to succeed in this fight against corruption, he must let go of it from his office. This fight against corruption seems to be in the office of the President and being driven by him personally through…...

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