The 33-year old Moses Chanda is alleged to have sodomized a 15-year old boy whom he gave a K20 bribe.
Luwingu, July 11, ZANIS—A sodomy case involving a senior civil servant working for the office of the president in Luwingu district failed to take off because the docket was not made available by the public prosecutors.
Appearing before Luwingu magistrate Davy Simfukwe was Moses Chanda aged 33 facing three counts of unnatural offence contrary to section 155 (a) of chapter 87 of the laws of Zambia.
Facts before the court were that on 26th June 2018, Mr Chanda is alleged to have had canal knowledge of a 15 year old boy whom he gave K20.00 for appreciation.
In second count, on 27th June 2018, Mr Chanda is alleged to have committed a similar act with a 15 year old boy and on 28th June 2018, Mr Chanda is alleged to have repeated the act and gave the boy K60.00 for appreciation contrary to the laws of Zambia.
The matter has been adjourned to 26th July 2018 for mention and 14th August 2018 for commencement trial.
Magistrate Simfukwe has since grated him a cash bail of K25, 000, with two working sureties of managerial position and reporting at the Zambia police every, after, two weeks.