FORMER Ministry of Health permanent secretary Dr Kennedy Malama and seven others have asked the Lusaka Magistrates’ Court to quash or dismiss charges against them of willful failure to comply with applicable law and procedure in relation to procurement of 50 ambulances. The eight, through their defence lawyers, have argued that the charges against them do not disclose sufficient details of the procedure or guidelines which they allegedly breached or failed to comply with. The accused want magistrate Sanford Ngobola to quash the charges against them and to set them free. In this matter, Dr Malama is jointly charged with Dr Francis Bwalya, Dr Muzaza Nthele, Rebecca Ndhlovu, Dr Maximillian Bweupe, Wilson Lungu, Dr Jabbin Mulwanda and Dr Gardner Syakantu…...

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