BUSINESSMAN Valden Findlay’s lawyer Charles Changano says his client feels he’s being “hunted” after the Lusaka City Council demolished his property without considering the millions which went into its construction. On Wednesday, the Lusaka City Council demolished illegal structures built on a reserve area close to the Community House in New kasama, in order to pave way for constructing a road. In an interview, Changano said Findlay felt like he was just being hunted because his property was built a long time ago. “My client is just thinking that they are just hunting for him. politically, he is thinking that. Politically, he could have been affected because he built that wall fence for a long time and governments have been…...

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