“I was sacked as a deputy Prime Minister, Finance and Treasury Minister, Foreign Affairs Minister and Works, Transport and Civil Aviation Minister, among others,” he said.
He said he was sacked because he protested against decisions which were not in the best interest of the country but only to promote corruption.
Polye said a clear line must be drawn between what is right and what is wrong for the betterment of the country.
“It is my conviction that the black is black and the white is white.
“Leaders must comply with the rule of law, systems of governance and democracy among others,” he told a huge record crowd in Wabag town last Friday at the launch of an association.
Polye said they must not use the judiciary to correct their mistakes.
He also stated that when the Opposition fight corruption aggressively, they experience backfires.
(Polye addressing a record crowd in Wabag, Enga Province, last Friday.)