THE Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) says it has arrested a former mine superintendent at Mopani Copper Mine for corrupt practices involving K10,000. In a statement, ACC Head of Corporate Communications Timothy Moono said Millan Nkandu corruptly offered K10,000 to a Security, Risk and Quality Manager at Mopani Copper Mines as an inducement for him to help the suspect secure his job. Moono said this was after Nkandu was suspended from work on allegations of soliciting bribes from suppliers or contractors who had been awarded contracts at the Mufulira smelters. “The Anti- Corruption Commission has arrested a former mine superintendent at Mopani Copper Mine in Mufulira, Millan Nkandu, for corrupt practices involving K10,000.00. Mr Nkandu, 39, of house No.12 Mununga Road Kanseshi…...

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