THE Anti-Corruption Commission says it’s still in control of former Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo’s properties in Chamba Valley by way of a restriction notice which is still in force. And the Commission says it is dissatisfied with the Court’s decision to set aside the Warrant of Seizure of the property in question and is contemplating appealing the ruling. On Thursday, the Lusaka Magistrates’ Court set aside the warrant of seizure dated April 13, 2022, effected on properties belonging to Lusambo on ground that the said warrant of seizure was irregularly issued as an affidavit in support was not filed in court as required by law. Lusaka magistrate Albert Mwaba said, in his ruling, that applying for a warrant of…...

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