SECRETARY to the Treasury Felix Nkulukusa has wondered under what circumstances the $24 million forfeited to the state from Milingo Lungu should be given back to KCM. He says the law is very clear that when there is a crime, the money is forfeited to the state. Nkulukusa adds that the law doesn’t state that if money, for instance, is seized from Faith Musonda, it should go to the company she was working for. Recently, Vedanta Resources said its team was in dialogue with government to channel back the $24 million forfeited to the state from Lungu to Konkola Copper Mines (KCM). Vedanta mentioned that the $25 million disbursed to KCM in February was almost depleted. However, in an interview,...

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