Anti-Corruption Bureau says it is assessing Attorney General’s statement on a 60-day amnesty on those who corruptly accumulated wealth through dealings with amongst others businessman Zuneith Sattar.

In a statement, ACB’s Spokesperson, Egrita Ndala, says currently the ACB is proceeding with its investigations against Zuneith Sattar.

ACB’s remarks come a day after Attorney General Thabo Chakaka Nyirenda issued a statement that those who accumulated wealth corruptly have up to 60 days to reveal themselves and pay with interest or face the law.

The AG also announced government’s termination of contracts with Sattar and barring him and his entities from doing any transactions or business with the government.

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