The Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP) has urged government to release the report of the findings on the investigations initiated at the PF dominated Lusaka City Council on the alleged illegal land allocation
FODEP Executive Director McDonald Chipenzi tells QFM news that holding on to the report on the findings on the investigations will verify assertions that the allegations are politically motivated.
Mr. Chipenzi notes that making public the report will enable the members of public have a clear understandings and avoid any suspicions.
Local government and housing minister Brian Chituwo has been quoted in the media giving a go ahead to the law enforcement agencies to investigate the alleged corrupt activities at Lusaka City Council.
Meanwhile Transparency International Zambia (TIZ) has welcomed Dr. Chituwo’s decision to allow the law Enforcement agencies to investigate the alleged Lusaka City Council Land allocation scam.
TIZ executive director Goodwell Lungu told QFM that the ministry of Local government should however extend their investigations to all the councils in the country that have been reported to be involved in illegal activities.