ANTI-Corruption Commission (ACC) Board Chairperson Musa Mwenye says nothing stops the Commission from investigating corruption allegations but says it doesn’t investigate bad decisions or policy errors. And Mwenye has insisted that the punishment for corruption-accused individuals needs to be painful to deter would-be offenders. Asked, when he featured on Hot FM’s “Beyond the Headlines” programme, what was stopping the Commission from investigating the FQM and ZCCM-IH’s Kansanshi deal which would also see some criminal charges against FQM directors dropped, Mwenye said the commission could investigate that if there were elements of corruption. “There is nothing that stops us from investigating any allegation of corruption. There must be an allegation of corruption and there must be an appearance of corruption on…...

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