Politics

DEC Clarify Kambwili Summon

Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) Deputy Public Relations Officer Kamufisa Manchishi has explained that the commission’s summoning of former Roan Member of Parliament Chishimba Kambwili does not constitute an arrest as it is provided for under the Public Interest Disclosure (Protection of Whistle blowers) Act No. 4 of 2010.

Manchishi has stated that the commission has summoned Kambwili to enable him provide any further information he may have in relation to the allegations he made this week.

In a statement to the media today, Manchishi stated that the  interview is a routine process undertaken to validate information that may be of help in any enquiries investigators may have.

“The Commission operates on an open door policy which allows any member of the public to provide any information they may have in relation to illicit activities under the Commission’s mandate and be treated with utmost confidentiality. An invitation to an informer to furnish further information on allegations does not in any way constitute an arrest as it is provided for under the Public Interest Disclosure (Protection of Whistle blowers) Act No. 4 of 2010. The Commission urges members of the public to take advantage of the open door policy and always report any information they may have on illicit activities without fear of retribution or intimidation,” stated Manchishi.

Kambwili had challenged President Edgar Lungu to tell the country the kind of business he does with Valden Findlay, a businessman who has allegedly been named in a drug trafficking syndicate in the New York Court.

5 Comments

  1. sotambe

    AKANWA KATALI KALETELELE IMFUNGO KANSHI KAMBWILI PLZ STOP BRINGING COMFUSIONS IN OUR COUNTRY, I ARE TOO MUCH TALKATIVE

  2. Katyetye

    So why does the president fly around with this character who is neither a party or government official? . Its OK once or twice but lyonse. Hmmmm…. What’s going on

  3. USELESS DEC

    DEC should be ashamed for been used by criminals in authority….with all the evidence for current unresolved crimes in zambia what has DEC done about it? What has happened to the 48 houses? Or fire tenders? Or FIC reports?? …why is dec been so sick and stupid ….we know there is a big fish behind this summon!!! Its not dec but your useless criminals who sign your pay check

  4. mwaiseni

    maaaaaaaaa

  5. Juass Nyondo

    This country is full of scandals every day that passes there is a new happening here and there what a Christian nation it is. Let us observe the commandments.

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