FORMER tourism minister Ronald Chitotela’s lawyer, Kampamba Kombe, has denied the Anti-Corruption Commission’s allegations that his client acquired property using proceeds of crime, describing the commission’s actions as pure malice. On Friday, ACC seized Chitotela’s property in Chongwe’s State Lodge area. ACC spokesperson Queen Chibwe said the seized property was acquired by Chitotela using suspected proceeds of crime and was in fact registered in the name of Liu Runmin, a Lusaka businessman. But in an interview, Kombe said Chitotela actually bought the property from the said Chinese national. “He actually…...

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