ZAMWORTH construction, the company that sold the Ministry of Housing and Infrastructure office building to government at US$5.35 million is demanding a further payment of US$25 million as accrued interest for failure to pay the principal amount on time. And a News Diggers investigation has revealed that ZAMWORTH and AZADI investment, the company that built a house for former Minister of Housing and Infrastructure Development Ronald Chitotela, are sister companies with interlinked business transactions, operating at plot 236 and 237 along United Nations Avenue in Lusaka’s Long Acres, next to the ministry in question. Meanwhile AZADI Investment has threatened to sue News Diggers for insinuating that the company built at Chitotela’s house following a contract with the government. In 2017,…...

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