UPND claims it is in possession of fertilizer deal evidence

The opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) says it is more than willing to substantiate its recent revelations of alleged irregularities in the purchase of 50,000 metric tons of Urea fertilizer from Saudi Arabia by government with documentary evidence.

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has disclosed to Qfm News that it will consider the Information UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema has disclosed to the commission, in its ongoing inquiry on the allegations.

UPND Spokesperson Charles Kakoma has told Qfm in an interview that his party is ready to disclose to additional information to the ACC to back the earlier letter the party leader wrote to the commission
Mr. Kakoma who is also former Zambezi West Member of Parliament says the UPND has documented information on the alleged irregularities in the purchase of the said fertilizer by the government through the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock.

He says this is why the ACC will have no excuse not probe the alleged corruption relating to the purchase of the 50 000 metric tons of Urea fertilizer by the government from Saudi Arabia.