Martha Chizuma says Sattar report not yet out

The Anti-Corruption Bureau-ACB Director Martha Chizuma has dismissed reports circulating on social media platforms alleging that the Zunneth Sattar corruption report is out.

In a brief face book post, Chizuma says her office is yet to finish compiling the report on the Zuneth Sattar case as directed by President Lazarus Chakwera.

“Of the Zuneth Sattar case report as per the President’s directive. All is done but for documentation finish-ups. We will beat the 21 days given period! This is not a fight against government officials or the opposition! It is a non selective fight against corruption,” she says.

ACB Director General Martha Chizuma

This comes as some people are circulating a fake report in social media.

The President ordered the ACB Director to furnish his office with a detailed report on the case of the business tycoon who is answering fraud charges in the United Kingdom.

Chakwera gave the ACB chief, 21 days to provide the report after court documents with names of some high profile figures were presented to the London court, last month.

She has since stressed that her office is not fighting against government officials or the opposition but it is a non-selective fight against corruption.
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Meanwhile, social media influencer Joshua Chisa Mbele has distanced himself from the said fake report, saying he has nothing to do with it.

“The document in circulation purportedly complied by one Joshua Chisa Mbele is fake. I didn’t write anything about ACB report with names of individuals.

“Disregard it. Report it to the nearest Police Station,” he says in a face book page.

President Dr Lazarus Chakwera has vowed to fight corruption on all fronts and says Chizuma is doing a good job in the fight against graft.

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Thumbo
Thumbo
11 days ago

You have based your story on a fake Chizuma Facebook account!

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