ANTI-Corruption Commission (ACC) Board Chairperson Musa Mwenye has called on journalists to use their investigative journalism skills to unearth corruption in society, saying there are instances when the Commission doesn’t have adequate resources or information. And ACC Director General Gilbert Phiri says the Commission is investigating government projects where funds were disbursed but work was not done. Meanwhile, Phiri says ACC is not a tool for victimisation and will always be guided by the evidence established during investigations. Speaking during a media breakfast, Thursday, Mwenye said the media should continue to shine the light on past and present corruption cases. “I wish to also recognise the media for the vital role in unveiling corruption and presenting corruption as a public…...

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