- by Mukosha Funga on 26 Sep 2017by Sipilisiwe Ncube on 26 Sep 2017by Mirriam Chabala on 26 Sep 2017by Citizen journalist on 26 Sep 2017
- Goal Diggers
- by Diggers Reporter on 26 Sep 2017by Tenson Mkhala on 24 Sep 2017by Diggers Reporter on 24 Sep 2017by Diggers Reporter on 21 Sep 2017
- by Mirriam Chabala on 25 Sep 2017by Mukosha Funga on 25 Sep 2017by Mirriam Chabala on 24 Sep 2017by Mirriam Chabala on 23 Sep 2017
- by Diggers Reporter on 26 Sep 2017by Diggers Reporter on 25 Sep 2017by Diggers Reporter on 25 Sep 2017by Mukosha Funga on 24 Sep 2017
- Editor's Choice
- by Chishimba Kambwili on 24 Sep 2017by Diggers Editor on 22 Sep 2017by Elias Munshya on 18 Sep 2017by President Edgar Lungu on 13 Sep 2017
- by Tenson Mkhala on 26 Sep 2017by Thomas Mulenga on 25 Sep 2017by Ruth Tembo on 19 Sep 2017by Ruth Tembo on 16 Sep 2017
- Guest Diggers
- by Sishuwa Sishuwa on 14 Sep 2017by Guest Digger on 8 Sep 2017by Sishuwa Sishuwa on 3 Sep 2017by Sishuwa Sishuwa on 4 Aug 2017
Nkomeshya sued for tresspassingBy Elias Banda on 7 Feb 2017
LUSAKA High Court judge Petronella Ngulube is on February 10 expected to deliver ruling in a matter where senior chieftainess Nkomeshya Mukamambo II is accused of trespassing.
Last year, Felix Chasha, Charles Chasha, and Margaret Chasha sued chieftainess Nkomeshya (Elizabeth Mulenje) in the Lusaka High Court claiming damages for trespassing on farm 28 in Chongwe.
Chieftainess Nkomeshya is allegedly building a palace on the said land which she claimed was a government project.
Felix and two others stated that they were given the land by their late father Dickson Chasha who lived there until 1991 when he died.
“The plaintiffs are seeking a declaration that the defendant is not entitled to enter, use or build on farm 28 Chongwe,” read the claim in part.
The plaintiffs, who are being represented by Gilbert Phiri, are also claiming aggravated damages with interest.
But chieftainess Nkomeshya later asked the court to struck out the matter saying there was no cause of action because the said land belonged to her.
Chieftainess Nkomeshya had applied that Attorney General Likando Kalaluka be joined to the proceedings on account that construction of the palace was a government project.
Judge Ngulube joined Kalaluka to the case, saying the outcome of the case might have a direct bearing on his office.Related Items
Subscribe for email alerts
Weekly Most Digged
- «September 2017»
- September 2017
- August 2017
- July 2017
- June 2017
- May 2017
- April 2017
- March 2017
- February 2017
- January 2017
- December 2016
- November 2016
- October 2016
The News Diggers
Plot No. Lus/9812/649-MC8
off Alex Chola Road
P.O. Box 32147
Telephone or WhatsApp:
+26-097-7708285, 095-3424603, 096-5815078
diggers [at] diggers [dot] news
editor [at] diggers [dot] news
Send this to a friend