ACK General Dealers proprietor Ackson Tembo says his business has been affected by the Anti-Corruption Commission’s delay to take his matter to court. In January 2022, the Anti-Corruption Commission arrested Tembo for corrupt practices involving the export of mukula logs without following laid down procedures and seized some of his trucks. But last week, ACC Director General Gilbert Phiri said the matter had not yet been submitted to the Director of Public Prosecutions. And when asked whether the delay in presenting his case to court had affected his business, Tembo replied in the affirmative. “Well of course, but there is nothing which we can do. There is very little we can do, the ball is in their courts. I can’t…...

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