Stanley Kakubo
Stanley Kakubo


ZAMBIA Corruption Prevention Watchdog Executive Director is hopeful Law Enforcement Agencies will quickly move in and investigate the money scandal involving former Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Stanley Kakubo.

Jonathan Muchindu tells Byta FM News in an interview that the matter should be fully investigated and tried in the Financial and Economic Crimes Fast Track Court for quick closure.

Muchindu says it is very sad for people like Kakubo who are very close to the President to be involved in scandalous issues that risk the image of the Head of State.

He has, however, applauded Kakubo for taking a step to resign as Cabinet Minister pending investigations.

The Anti-Corruption Commission-ACC has indicated interest in investigating Kakubo for allegedly collecting 200,000 US Dollars and a luxury Mercedes Benz from a Chinese National of Lianan Mining Limited of Kitwe.

This is in relation to a sale of a mine Kakubo claimed he owns in Kasempa District, Northwestern Province.

ACC Head Corporate Communications, Timothy Moono, says the Commission has taken interest in the matter to determine the next course of action.

For more details, tune in to Byta FM 90.3/100.3/101.9


  1. Mabumba was much better than Kakubo because he was using his money to satisfy a youthful and beautiful lady .He was not getting heaps of Dollars from Chinese men ,evading tax which helps develop zambia.ECL did not call him to hear or exchange friendly msgs but fired him .This to me wasnt as grave as the chinese case.Long live Mabumba wherever you are ! And Mabumba did not insult any of the people of the 10 provinces.Kalima insulted us with his hate speech ,and gets away scot free..So who is who in Zambian politics ?From Berlin

  2. The ACC& DEC are as useless as lungu and the PF.
    These two authorities have brought not a single conviction of essence to the Zambian people when it comes to corruption in the PF government. These two authorities are PF sympathisers.
    They should be investigated….for lack of convictions


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