Zambia’s leader has said he plans to sell the presidential jet his predecessor bought in his last months in office in controversial circumstances. Hakainde Hichilema said he wants to recover $193m that was spent to buy the Gulfstream 650. However, this has not stopped the anti-corruption body from launching an inquiry as the BBC reports that the agency announced Wednesday it was looking into how former president Edgar Lungu’s government bought the jet at an inflated price.
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