Some minibus drivers in Lusaka say the MMD government under President Rupiah Banda has been corrupt and that corruption in the country will never end as long as government does not improve the conditions of service for police officers.
Complaining to Q fm over the weekend, the mini bus drivers who declined to have their identity revealed said the government has not been fair on the way it has been treating them through traffic police officers.
They said the traffic police officers have been demanding money from them at every road block, adding when they are given money they let them go.
They complained that there is no justice in government depriving the poor mini bus drivers by demanding money in place of the government to provide employment to them so that they can be paying lawfully through tax.
They threatened to work towards changing government in the forth coming tripartite elections next year, alleging that the Rupiah led administration has failed to run the country.