By Chilenje Chilenje
The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has appealed to the media practitioners in the country to always abide by media ethics when reporting corruption related issues to avoid jeopardizing the bureau's investigations.
ACB Principal Public Relations Officer, Egritta Ndala dala, made the appeal in Blantyre during a day-long training workshop for Shire valley Media Club which was aimed at deepening their understanding on corruption related issues.
In an interview with Timveni after the training, Ndala said much as the public deserves information in relation to its investigations, unnecessary whistle blowing affects its work.
The ACB mouth piece, has however, advised the scribes to also support the National Anti-Corruption Strategy II by reporting transparently and objectively on its implemented activities.
Meanwhile, President for Shire Valley Media club, Macmillan Mozeyo, said the training was an eye opener as has helped the journalists acquire knowledge in effective reporting.