Zambia’s corruption watchdog on Monday confirmed that it was investigating a former minister, who was recently fired, for alleged corruption.
Recently, President Edgar Lungu fired Chishimba Kambwili, who was information and broadcasting minister.
This came barely a few days after the Zambian leader had complained that some of his ministers were engaging in corrupt activities.
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) said it has instituted investigations into alleged corrupt practices against the former minister.
Timothy Moono, the watchdog’s public relations manager, said there has been an inquiry against the former minister of corrupt practices.
However, he did not reveal more details on the matter.
“These investigations are on-going and the Commission would therefore not wish to comment further as this may…
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