By Edwin Sakala
In countries where the rule of laws counts, President Michael Sata should have volunteered to resign his position as president of the republic of Zambia. This follows a series of scandals that have rocked this country in his seven months in power. The scandals we have witnessed in the recent past have soiled his reputation as a president.
He will never walk again with his head upwards without people pointing at him as a person who has allowed corruption to thrive.