ON Friday we raised questions around how the former Attorney General failed to protect public resources by facilitating a transaction that saw a private company avoiding to pay property transfer tax after selling a building to the government. We asked why Mr Likando Kalaluka could not halt the Zamworth purchase agreement with the government after the Secretary to the Treasury indicated that there was no money at the time to cover the payment under the contractual period. We also wondered why he allowed this purchase deal to go ahead at US$5.35 million despite the Government Valuation Department assessing and recommending that the value for this property should have been US$1.9 million. When he was asked last week to explain why…...

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