Kabimba panics, instead of resigning, writes to ACC

Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba has written to the Director General of the Anti-Corruption Commission, saying he will co-operate with investigations officers.
On October 5, ACC spokesperson Timothy Moono said at a press briefing that the preliminary inquiries into corruption allegations against Kabimba and Defence Minister Geoffrey Mwamba had commenced.
The ACC has, however, not officially announced their findings after three weeks.
But on October 8, Mr Kabimba wrote to ACC Director General Rosewin Wandi stating: “I would like to thank the Anti-Corruption Commission for the vigilance and alertness it has exhibited in this matter. As a strong advocate personally in the fight against corruption and also in the stance taken by our party [PF] and subsequently our government, I hereby undertake to co-operate with your officers to the fullest measure as they undertake these investigations.”
The suspect added: “I hope your office will show the people of Zambia that there are no sacred cows in the fight against corruption.”
The letter is copied to President Sata.
Kabimba is being investigated  for receiving bribes to influence the awarding of a tender to supply Zambia with petrol and diesel, while Mr Mwamba’s concern the awarding of a one-year contract for the supply and delivery of wooden poles to Zesco Limited

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