THE Anti-Corruption Commission has insisted that it is on an unstoppable and relentless crusade to vigorously fight past and present corruption, warning that anyone presently committing the vice will pay a high price. And the Commission says despite the cancelation of a contract awarded to Kafelix Investments Limited for the supply of 75 motorbikes, investigations will still continue in the matter. In a statement, Saturday, ACC Chief Corporate Affairs Officer Timothy Moono emphasised that the fight against corruption was not restricted to vices committed in the past. “The Anti-Corruption Commission notes repeated sentiments that it has focused its fight on past corruption and is not pursuing current acts of corruption. The Commission further notes that the people and entities that…...

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