ATTORNEY General Mulilo Kabesha has advised state advocates who will be responsible for vetting CDF contracts in various provinces to resist any corruption attempts. And Solicitor General Marshal Muchende has emphasised the need to recover stolen public funds, arguing that it’s not enough to only send people to jail. Speaking during the induction of newly recruited staff, Kabesha said 25 state advocates had been posted to five provinces to be responsible for vetting CDF contracts and prosecuting some civil litigation matters. “The Ministry of Justice, through the Attorney General’s chambers in particular, can’t afford to remain behind in the quest to decentralise its services to all parts of the country. To this effect, the Attorney General’s Chambers has streamlined its…...

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