President Edgar Lungu has directed a further probe into the case in which the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) says it has failed to unmask the owners of 48 houses in Lusaka.
Home Affairs Minister Stephen Kampyongo said this to journalists at State House in Lusaka yesterday after a discussion with Mr Lungu over the matter.
"His Excellency has given strict instructions that all law enforcement agencies take an interest in the public matter involving the Anti-Corruption Commission and is keen to see that the matter is resolved in the courts of law," Mr Kampyongo said.
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