THE determination expressed by the Anti-Corruption Commission Director General Gilbert Phiri to participate in the entire fertiliser tendering process in order to prevent corruption is encouraging. Reacting to the revelation by President Hichilema that some members of the tender committee in the line ministry were tampering with tender documents, Mr Phiri said the Commission will not tolerate any dirty trick in government procurement. PHIRI: “Concerning the fertiliser tendering process, the Anti-Corruption Commission will be part of it. The ACC is going to have a presence and we will observe all the processes right up to the end. So, the mere fact that we are present, watching and observing the process means that we are looking out for issues like collusion,…...

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