ConCourt orders PF cadre to apologise to Nchito, judges

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The Constitutional Court has ordered PF cadre Chanoda Ngwira (pictured) to apologize to former Director of Public Prosecutions Mutembo Nchito and Supreme Court Justices Mumba Malila and Albert Wood for threatening to commence private criminal proceedings against them after the duo accepted to give witness statements in a matter where Nchito is challenging his removal as DPP.

Constitutional Court Judge Palan Mulonda has further ordered Ngwira to publish the apology on all media platforms he used to publish the alleged contemptuous material within seven days from the date of the ruling.

This is in a matter in which the former DPP Nchinto had applied for leave in the Constitutional Court to commence contempt proceedings against Ngwira for threatening Justices Malila and Wood with criminal action if they did not step down.

Chanoda had written letters to Justices Malila and Wood, threatening them with criminal action for giving witness statements in a matter in which Mutembo is challenging his removal as DPP in the Constitutional Court.

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2 Responses to ConCourt orders PF cadre to apologise to Nchito, judges

  1. In Zambia,why is it that foreigners born here cause a lot of troubles for indigenous Zambians ?
    For example in politics, business and workers unions. Please take stock of those people who are influential in politics,businesses and union leadership,you’ll find that a good number of them are those born here from parents who are not Zambians.

    Moze
    May 18, 2019 at 5:57 am
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  2. THESE MOTHER FUCKER LIKE NGWIRA I WOULD WANT TO SEE THEM WHEN THEY LEAVE OFF. BOLOYANKO IWE NGWIRA

    WANGLING
    May 20, 2019 at 9:41 am
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