A BUS conductor and two others have been dragged to court for allegedly breaking into former Court of Appeal president Fulgency Chisanga’s chambers and stealing a pressing iron worth K1,100. The three are alleged to have also broken into the Department of National Registration, Passport and Citizenship, Madison Life Insurance, Micro Finance Limited and Zambezi River Authority, and going away with various items worth thousands of kwacha. Davison Hanseko, a 19-year-old bus conductor; Franco Hasenko, 22; and Aaron Zulu, 30, are facing 11 counts of breaking into a building and committing a felony therein. In the first count, it is alleged that Davison, Franco and Zulu between August 6 and 7, 2022 in Lusaka, jointly and whilst acting together, with…...

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