TRANSPARENCY International Zambia (TI-Z) says it is confident that the Anti-Corruption Commission will dismiss UPND deputy secretary general Gertrude Imenda’s suggestion that corruption has to be fought systematically, with old cases being dealt with first. And TI-Z has asked UPND not to abandon the promises they made to Zambians about their commitment to fighting corruption rationally. In a statement, Tuesday, TI-Z executive director Maurice Nyambe said Imenda’s suggestion was flawed as it could further fuel the vice. “TI-Z is baffled by the direction given by UPND deputy secretary general Gertrude Imenda to the Anti-Corruption Commission to act on ‘old’ corruption cases first as described in the News Diggers’ edition of 15th July 2022. In our view, what Ms. Imenda is…...

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