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By ALICE NACHILEMBE
President Hakainde Hichilema has assured the Nation that the fight against corruption will be systematic and methodical and that this includes the past, present and future State resources abuses.
And the Head of State has advised anyone who will be caught up in the corruption crusade not to cry victim as no political hand will be involved in the process.
The President has stated that there will be no sacred cows in the corruption crusade and his position on recovering stolen State assets remains the same.
Mr Hichilema said that the state institutions mandated to fight graft will deal with all matters related to corruption and other financial crimes but calls on the Nation to support the mandated bodies.
He made these remarks when he met a group of senior citizens under the umbrella of Our Civic Duty Association (OCIDA) led by Archbishop Telesphore Mpundu in Lusaka yesterday.
The OCIDA delegation met the Head of State to make submissions on issues of National importance.
President Hichilema has since inception stated that he will fight corrupt rigorously describing it as cancerous scourge.