Nkandu still occupying government house illegally

Nkandu still occupying government house illegally

 

President Edgar Lungu’s running mate Nkandu Luo has continued abusing state resources as she has remained in the government ministerial house, has 24 hours state security, and still using government vehicles despite the dissolution of parliament that entitled her these fA visit to the ministers compound in Kabulonga area, after the State House roundabout going to Leopard Hill is a yellow wall fence where Nkandu Luo is still staying.

In addition, Ms. Luo is being taken around the country by government helicopters using the Vice President Inonge Wina, acts which are in complete breach of the electoral code of conduct.

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    Muwerewere Musemakweri 21 hours ago

    She did not learn a lesson what happened in 2016 when later on the Ministers were ordered to refund the treasury what they got after dissolution of parliament. Now suppose PF loses power does see herself getting into trouble?

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    legana 4 days ago

    If she can be abusing state resources now before assuming office what will stop her to abuse more of these resources if by chance she gets into office?

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    Insider is an ignorant person. When parliament is dissolved everything ceases. They are supposed to prepare in advance for their relocation. Staying in a government house when you are a party candidate is illegal. She is a vice president of the PF not of the government my friend. The thing is that you are brainwashed by PF wrongdoing and you think that any illegality is normal.

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    John 6 days ago

    We want change

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    Your story lacks a trace of investigative journalism.

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    Even you watchdog writers when you rent houses and the tenancy agreement is over, you give or are given a notice of when to vacate. Why then do you want Prof. Luo to vacate the government house there and then. In addition, find out what government regulations say about the period in which outgoing ministers are expected to vacate GRZ houses. Tell us also if there are any GRZ regulations governing the security detail of a sitting president’s running mate in an election period. Look to mature democracies and also tell us about regulations governing the security of a president and his/her vice. Then you can stand on rooftops and lecturer to us about what wrong Prof. Luo has done.