PF acting president Given Lubinda has wondered why law enforcement agencies are pursuing former first lady Esther Lungu for owning 15 flats when ministers are declaring “indecent amounts of money and assets”. And Lubinda has questioned the excitement over the recruitment of over 30,000 teachers when “over 150,000 mobile money agents” have lost their sources of income. Meanwhile, Lubinda has described President Hakainde Hichilema’s decision to honour three former African Heads of State as corruption. At a media briefing, Monday, Lubinda said the declaration of assets by Ministers needed to be verified. “The declaration of assets by Ministers illustrates the lack of seriousness in the fight against corruption by this government. These declarations are belated by 10 months. The law…...

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