AN Investigations officer at the Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) has narrated to the Lusaka Magistrates’ Court how he eavesdropped and recorded a conversation in which former presidential spokesperson Amos Chanda allegedly confessed to having burnt a 398-paged court record. Jones Siasamba told the court that the conversation he recorded was between Chanda and a Lebanese national identified as Walid El Nahas as well as former Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) chief executive officer Zindaba Soko. The witness said the 22 minutes audio recording also has a part where Chanda confessed to Walid and Soko that he paid a K45,000 for his immunity and was issued a receipt. The witness was testifying in a matter in which Chanda is facing…...

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