NDOZO lodge proprietor Chrint Sichamba has asked the Economic and Financial Crimes Court to order the Anti-Corruption Commission to unfreeze one of his bank accounts to enable him to travel abroad and access medical attention. This is the matter in which Sichamba, his wife Eudora Nambela and son, David, are facing corruption charges involving over K781 million and more than $10 million. When the matter came up yesterday, Sichamba, through his lawyer Willis Muhanga asked magistrate Irene Wishimanga to grant his client access to one of his frozen accounts to enable him to meet medical expenses. “Your honour, our application is to allow the accused A1, access medical attention and also funds from one of his frozen accounts to enable…...

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