Zambian Voices, a non governmental organisation, has threatened to devise another strategy of investigating justice minister Wynter Kabimba and defence minister Geoffrey Mwamba if the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) fails to do its job.
Zambian Voices executive director Chilufya Tayali says ACC should be able to update the nation on the state of investigations into corrupt activities against the two ministers in the next 14 days.
Chilufya said it has taken time since the confusion that arose after Kabimba was summoned for questioning but the officers failed to do so because of the hostile environment.
He said if the ACC fails to respond within two weeks, they will devise a different approach to hold the two ministers accountable for their alleged corrupt activities.
Kabimba, who is PF secretary general, is alleged to have solicited kick backs in facilitating a tender for Trafigura Oil to supply oil to government over a number of years.
Mwamba is also alleged to have corruptly obtained a tender to supply electricity poles to Zesco.
However, the matter has been quite for a long time and people feel government is protecting the two ministers from facing the wrath of the law. President Michael Sata publicly warned investigating officers not to summon his senior ministers without his consent.