KENNEDY KALUNGA, the permanent secretary of the Ministry of Communication and Media, has urged journalists to become interested in investigative reporting in order to aid in the battle against corruption.
According to Mr. Kalunga, the media is crucial in the struggle against corruption and its consequences.
The Anti Corruption Commission’s (ACC) two-day course for journalists was closed by the Permanent Secretary at the time.
Also, Mr. Kalunga stated that the government will aid journalists in their investigative work.
Additionally, Timothy Moono, the head of communications for the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC), has expressed gratitude to the government for their assistance.
Also, Mr. MOONO has urged the media to collaborate closely with the ACC as they look into cases of corruption.