Leader of the House Richard Chimwendo Banda has told the Public Appointments Committee (PAC) of Parliament to give a detailed report why they failed Ombudsman Martha Chizuma on her interviews as the Director General for Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB).

Yesterday, Ombudsman Chizuma appeared before Parliamentary Committee on Public appointments for her confirmation as the ACB head following President Lazarus Chakwera’s appointment.

However, PAC rejected Chizuma, a development which was not welcomed by the members of the general public.

Following the development, Chimwendo Banda, moved a motion this morning using section 81 of the Parliamentary Standing Orders in which he questioned PAC resolution that rejected Chizuma.

Chimwendo has asked that the committee report before the house where Chizuma did wrong during the interview.

He has demanded the committee to present a detailed report why they failed Chizuma and the report be presented in the house by 17th April Monday next week.

Earlier the Opposition side had rejected the tabling of the motion and they rose on a division which they later withdrawn.

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