‘Don’t Facebook your innocence’
Published On July 6, 2023 » 711 Views» By Times Reporter » HOME SLIDE SHOW, SHOWCASE
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By JAMES KUNDA –
VICE-PRESIDENT W.K Mutale-Nalumango has urged Members of Parliament (MPs) facing corruption suspicion not to plead their innocence via social media.
The vice-president, who is also leader of Government business in the House, guided members to instead await their day in court to clear their names if charged and arrested.
“But if you choose to cry before the court of public opinion, probably it will even judge you faster,” Ms Mutale- Nalumango said.

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