THE Economic and Financial Crimes Court has ordered Ndozo Lodge proprietor Chrint Sichamba to undergo a medical examination by neurosurgeons at the University Teaching Hospital to ascertain whether he can stand trial. Lusaka Magistrate Ireen Wishimanga further ordered that a report from the hospital should be availed to the court so as to determine the way forward. This is the matter in which Sichamba is jointly charged with his wife Eudora Nambela and son, David, with 15 counts of possession of property suspected to be proceeds of crime. Earlier this month, the Anti-Corruption Commission arrested and charged the three for corruption involving over K781 million and more than $10 million. On Wednesday, Sichamba through his lawyers asked Magistrate Wishimanga to…...

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