VICE-PRESIDENT Mutale Nalumango says government is considering engaging experts who can evaluate Zambia National team captain Enock Mwepu’s condition in order to have a definitive diagnosis. And Nalumango says white-collar crimes may be difficult to investigate, adding that it may take time for law enforcement agencies to secure convictions. Meanwhile, Vice-President Nalumango says the Electoral Commission of Zambia has found itself between a rock and a hard place in view of the many court matters, but she hopes that institutions know the Constitutional provisions. During the Vice-President’s question time, Friday, Mufulira UPND member of parliament Golden Mwila asked whether government would consider constituting a panel of experts to examine Mwepu’s health status, to which the Vice-President answered in the affirmative…....

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