FORMER presidential press aide Amos Chanda says Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) officers vehemently refused to grant him bond saying their boss, Mary Chirwa, gave them strict instructions not to do that. DEC arrested Chanda on Thursday for allegedly stealing and burning a court record of the RTSA speed camera corruption case. DEC Public Relations Officer Hussein Khan said this is a case in which Chanda was jointly charged with Walid El Nahas and Zindaba Soko before it was discontinued through a Nolle Prosequi on May 12, 2020. And in a statement, Monday, Chanda, who has been detained since his arrest on Thursday, narrated how efforts to secure his bond failed. “I was arrested on Thursday,19th October, 2022 at 15[:00] hours…...

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