Anti Corruption Commission clears Kabimba and GBM of any corruption

THE Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) has cleared Justice minister Wynter Kabimba and his defence counterpart Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba. ACC said that they have found no evidence of corruption against justice minister Wynter Kabimba and his defence counterpart Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba, commonly known as GBM.
ACC had launched preliminary inquiries into corruption allegations against Justice Minister, Wynter Kabimba and his Defence counterpart, Geoffrey Mwamba following complaints received on the alleged conduct of the two Cabinet ministers.
Mr Kabimba, who is Patriotic Front (PF) Secretary-General, was alleged to have influenced the procurement tender process so that Trafigura would be awarded the tender to supply Zambia with petrol and diesel for one year.
Trafigura was awarded the supply deal at a cost of US$500 million for the one year period.