Provincial Minister, Malozo Sichone says fight against graft has become unpopular in some sectors.

Provincial Minister, Malozo Sichone has described the fight against corruption in the country as intensive and challenging.
Mr. Sichone says that this is because of the high level of corruption, which has almost affected every sector including the church and traditional set ups.
Speaking during “Political Hour” programme on Breeze FM last evening, Mr. Sichone, however, says that government will not relent in fighting graft.
And Mr. Sichone dismissed statements that the fight against corruption is targeted at certain individuals, while others are being left to run scot free.
Meanwhile the provincial minister says that the PF government has reviewed its policies to ensure that it delivers development to Zambians and reduce the high levels of poverty.
Mr. Sichone further explained government’s commitment to improving the state of roads, building more schools and improving the agriculture sector.
And Mr. Sichone says that government is aware of the congestion in most schools in the province.
He has attributed the congestion in schools to failure by the MMD, Movement for Multi- Party Democracy government to expand schools on time when they observed that the population was growing.

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