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 2009-08-25 09:21 pm Back to NEWS
Task Force Executive Chairman Maxwell Nkole has been fired

Secretary to the Cabinet Joshua Kanganja has terminated the contract of Task Force Executive Chairman Maxwell Nkole.

Announcing the expiration of employment in a statement to ZANIS this evening, Dr Kanganja says the new Task Force chief is Drug Enforcement Commission Director General, Godfrey Kayukwa.

The new appointment of Mr Kayukwa as Task Force Executive Chairman is with immediate effect but for administrative convenience until further notice.

And earlier today, the Committee for Citizens (CC) had appealed to President Rupiah Banda to fire Task Force Executive Director, Maxwell Nkole and to disband the grouping for alleged abuse of resources.

Mr Chifire charged that the Task Force should be disbanded owing to the manner they are handling former second republican president Frederick Chiluba's acquittal case.

Mr Chifire further urged the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) to bar Mr Nkole and Task Force prosecutor Mutembo Nchito for dragging the association into disrepute.

According to Mr Chifire, if Zambians want to appeal against the acquittal of Dr. Chiluba, let legal institutions like the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) and Police service continue with the case on behalf of the Zambian people.

Meanwhile Mr Chifire appealed to President Banda to strengthen the existing law enforcement agencies such as the ACC and the Police.

Mr Chifire alleged that the Task Force is selective and only targeting at individuals in pursuing the corruption fight.

He charged that the Task Force Executive Chairman, Maxwell Nkole's continued stay at the Task Force is to enrich himself and others because the graft crusade has not yielded positive results for Zambia.

Mr Chifire said a lot of time and resources has been spent on the Task Force when the funds can be channeled to other key sectors of the economy such as education, agriculture, mining and tourism.

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