UPND deputy secretary general Gertrude Imenda says corruption has to be fought systematically, with old cases being dealt with first before moving to new ones. And Imenda says former president Edgar Lungu should stay away from active politics because he is receiving benefits from the state. In an interview, Imenda urged the Anti-Corruption Commission to continue investigating, but that it should start by acting on old cases first before looking at new alleged crimes being committed by the current leadership. “I’m an accountant by profession and when we deal with stock control, if you are in a commercial entity and you are looking at the stocks that you have, you want to price them, the stocks that you put in…...

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