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Batohi said the NPA upholds the rule of law and demands the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct of all its officials to be trusted lawyers for the people.
“We are on a journey of rebuilding the NPA to an independent, professional, accountable and credible organisation. It is a non-negotiable that the country has absolute confidence in the work of a credible NPA, with prosecutors that inspire public confidence at the coalface of delivering justice to all.”
She added that prosecutors are required to consistently uphold the values of the Constitution, adhere to the NPA’s code of conduct for prosecutors, and comply with the United Nations guidelines on prosecutors.
“There is no place for corrupt staff in the NPA,” she warned.