Lubinda maintains company printing ballots is corrupt

Lubinda maintains company printing ballots is corrupt

The Patriotic Front has continued challenging the  Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) Director General Godfrey Kayukwa to clearly state whether the ACC does not have any information relating to  bribery and corruption on the Universal Print Group (UPG), a printing company in South Africa contracted to print ballot papers for the Zambia’s forthcoming general elections.

PF chairman for local government, Given Lubinda has also challenged the commission to deny ever interviewing anyone on the payment of bribes by the printing company and also deny having information about Mr. Vik Vaid, a representative of UPG, who is said to have been the courier of bribes on behalf of the company.

Lubinda challenged the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) and the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC)  to handle the matter  with seriousness saying it is raised in the best interest of the nation.

Speaking at a media briefing in Lusaka on Sunday,  Lubinda said he is ready and willing to provide more information on the matter to the two commissions provided they commit themselves to getting to the bottom of the matter.

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