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UPND tells minister Chilufya to resign over corruption probe

Chitalu Chilufya

United Party National Development has echoed calls by Transparency International Zambia that Minister of Health Chitalu Chilufya should step down and pave way for investigations of alleged proceeds of crime. UPND Deputy Spokesperson Cornelius Mweetwa says the integrity of the Anti-Corruption Commission is at stake for not taking issues of corruption Seriously.

Rainbow Party Leader Wynter Kabimba has described the ongoing investigations against Health Minister, Chitalu Chilufya by the anti-corruption commission on alleged corruption charges as a mockery to the people of Zambia. Mr Kabimba has doubted the genuineness of the investigations saying most investigations against those in government do not yield the expected results.

Chitalu Chilufya

In an interview with Phoenix News, Mr Kabimba has however suggested that Dr. Chilufya steps down to facilitate for smooth investigation of the corrupt allegations levels against him.

He said this in reaction to revelations by the anti-corruption commission last week that it had commenced investigations against Dr. Chitalu Chilufya on corruption allegations of being in possession of property suspected to be proceeds of crime.
He made the remarks at a media briefing in Lusaka. The Anti-Corruption Commission has disclosed instituting investigations over alleged proceeds of crime against Dr Chilufya.

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Electoral Commission of Zambia


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Source: zambiawatchdog