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Corruption fight is not political, says Bwalya

By Millennium Radio reporter

Presidential spokesperson Anthony Bwalya says there is nothing political about the fight against corruption.

Mr Bwalya says the fight is to ensure that the funds that were meant to provide opportunities for many are given back to the Zambian people.

He says people should not politick the fight as it is purely a fight against corruption and ensuring that the monies stolen from the Zambian people are returned back.

And Mr Bwalya says has reiterated president Hakainde Hichilema’s commitment to delivering on his campaign promises without fail.

Mr Bwalya says President Hichilema is aware of the promises he made and will endeavor to do so for the benefit of all Zambians.

Meanwhile, Political Activist, Elias Chanda, Mulenga has observed that President Hakainde Hichilema is making visible progress to attract investment.

Mr. Mulenga, a former UPND National Youth Chairman for Mobilisation, says it is under President Hichilema’s leadership that First Quantum Minerals (FQM) plans to invest US$1.2 Billion   in the Kansanshi mine expansion.

The Political Activist  says it is under President Hichilema’s leadership that Moxico Resources Limited, a British Firm which has partnered with Mimbula Mineral Resources, a local mining firm has injected about $100 Million  into mining explorations in Chingola on the Copperbelt.

Mr. Mulenga has lauded the efforts by President Hichilema as the planned investment would help the country to meet the target of producing three million tonnes of copper in the next 10 years.

And Mr. Mulenga says it is under President Hichilema’s leadership that the European Union (EU) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) have signed a 6.5 Million Euros partnership agreement to implement a four-year Skills Development for Increased Employability Programme -SDEP- in Zambia.

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