Anti-Corruption Commission is still investigating the purchase of over priced Ambulances

[Lusakatimes - Zambia] - 25/11/2021
THE Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) is still investigating the matter in which the Ministry of Finance is alleged to have bought ambulances at an overpriced cost of US$288, 000 per ambulance, ACC spokesperson, Queen Chibwe has said. In an interview, Ms. Chibwe said that the investigations have (...)
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