THE Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has argued that granting Ndozo lodge proprietor Chrint Sichamba access to one of his frozen accounts has the effect of reversing its director general’s directive with respect to a restriction notice. Sichamba earlier asked the Economic and Financial Crimes Court to order ACC to unfreeze one of his bank accounts to enable him to travel abroad to access medical attention. In this matter, 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, State prosecutor Edwin Mbewe argued that the variation of a restriction notice that was issued by the ACC director general had to be made before the…...

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