PRESIDENTIAL Spokesperson Anthony Bwalya says individuals interested in knowing which assets the President declared can simply apply to relevant institutions keeping the records. Commenting on TI-Z chapter president Sampa Kalungu’s remarks that it was shocking that President Hakainde Hichilema, who claimed to be a servant of the people, was asking Zambians to ask public institutions for his declared assets rather than simply saying it, Bwalya said the President had fully complied with the law by declaring his assets. “We must be driven by facts and by the dictates of the law. You can’t just say how much is this one worth? It doesn’t work like that. And the law that drives asset declarations before someone can vie for public office…...

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