FORMER Workers’ Compensation Fund Control Board (WCFCB) Chief Executive Officer Priscilla Bwembya says the institution gave away vehicles for use to the Ministry of Labour on 10 August 2021, and not to any political party. Last month, ACC arrested Bwembya for corrupt practices, stating that she authorised the release of nine Toyota Hilux Vehicles to a “named political party” to use during the 2021 general elections, in apparent reference to the Patriotic Front. But Bwembya said during her time, the institution never dealt with any political party. In an interview, Bwembya said the Ministry of Labour and Social Security got vehicles on August 10, 2021 as per request, adding that there had been numerous requests for vehicles to the institution…...

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