ZAMBIA Statistics Agency Interim Statistician General Mulenga Musepa says allegations of corruption in the selection of census takers are being peddled by individuals who are dissatisfied after being left out. And Musepa has explained that some people were not picked despite scoring high marks on the aptitude tests because of multiple attempts. Reacting to complaints that the exercise was marred by corruption, Musepa said most people were left out due to limited spaces, hence the allegations of corruption. “The issue of corruption allegations, you know the dispensation in which we are, normally you will find that if for one reason or another, people are not satisfied or they are left out, not because they are bad but because the numbers…...

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