ANTI-CORRUPTION Commission Director General Gilbert Phiri says there is need to amend the law so that Presidents who commit financial crimes do not hide behind immunity once they leave office. And Phiri says the fight against corruption might appear to target the opposition Patriotic Front because they are the ones who were in control of public resources. Meanwhile, Phiri says he doesn’t think his past relationship with President Hakainde Hichilema means the Head of State will try to control him as he executes his duties as ACC Director General. Speaking during a special edition of ZNBC’s Sunday Interview programme, Friday, Phiri said the country should consider setting an exception in the law to ensure that Presidents who committed financial crimes…...

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