UPND deputy secretary general Madam Gertrude Imenda is urging the Anti-Corruption Commission to concentrate on old corruption cases instead of focusing on new corruption under the New Dawn administration. According to Madam Imenda, corruption has to be fought systematically, with old cases being dealt with first before moving to new crimes. Gertrude IMENDA: “I’m an accountant by profession and when we deal with stock control, if you are in a commercial entity and you are looking at the stocks that you have, you want to price them, the stocks that you put in the factory as the inputs and so on, when you account for them, when you cost them and so on, there is what you call first in,…...

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