CHIEF Justice Dr Mumba Malila has regretted that some lawyers will stop at nothing to satisfy their large appetite for material wealth, even if it means being accessories to crimes involving corruption. And Justice Malila says corruption induces a culture of sycophancy and political praise singing, thereby building blind political loyalties and cronyism. Meanwhile, Justice Malila has commended the outgoing Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) council for their stewardship during their tenure, part of which was prior to the 2021 elections, a period he described as difficult. Speaking during the LAZ Annual General Meeting (AGM), Thursday, Justice Malila urged lawyers to view corruption as a public enemy. “We must all view corruption as a public enemy, for corruption is not…...

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