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The land that is known as Arakan by the foreigners is called Rakhaing-pray by its own people, Rakhaing-thar (Arakanese) who were titled this name in honour of preservation on their national heritage and ethics or morality.

Zambia's president replaces anti-corruption chief

Posted by Arakan Indobhasa Saturday, October 1, 2011

Michael Sata - 25/9/11 Mr Sata has got rid of several top officials since his poll victory

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Zambia's newly-elected President Michael Sata has dismissed the head of the country's anti-corruption watchdog.
A presidential statement said Godfrey Kayukwa would be replaced by Rosewin Wandi, without giving further details.
Mr Kayukwa is considered to be a close aide to former President Rupiah Banda, who lost last month's tightly-contested elections to Mr Sata.
During the campaign, Mr Sata pledged to stem out corruption among government officials.
And during the swearing-in ceremony last week he said: "Corruption has been a scourge in this country and there is a wide link between corruption and poverty."
The previous government was criticised for not being tough on tackling graft.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-15136163

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