FORMER tourism minister Ronald Chitotela’s lawyers have disclosed that the Pampashe MP has been charged with two counts of being in possession of property reasonably suspected to be proceeds of crime and for being in possession of K500,000 his company allegedly received from Veil construction. And the Commission has given Chitotela back his seized property in State Lodge area, in view of the Lusaka Magistrates’ Court decision to stay the warrant of seizure taken out by the Commission on the said property. ACC arrested Chitotela on Tuesday in connection with investigations on possession of property reasonably suspected to be proceeds of crime. The commission said the arrest was in relation to a case in which Chitotela, whilst serving as Housing…...

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