Lawyer gives Kambwili, Nkombo 48 hours to pay K5 million

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Lusaka Lawyer Lewis Mosho has written to expelled roan member of parliament Chishimba Kambwili and Mazabuka parliamentarian Gary Nkombo giving the duo a 48-hour ultimatum to pay court costs amounting to five million kwacha.

The two parliamentarians were on 24th May 2018 condemned with costs by the Lusaka high court.

This is after their application to join a case in which a Lusaka resident Robert Chabinga challenged the speaker’s decision to accept the impeachment motion against the President was dismissed.

Mr. Chabinga has instructed his lawyer Lewis Mosho of Lewis Nathan Advocates to remind the two parliamentarians to settle the debt failure to which he will ask the court to declare them bankrupt.

Mr. Chabinga says the matter is very serious as the two may end up losing their parliamentary seats in the event the court ordered that they are bankrupt.

This is contained in a letter dated 26th October 2018 from Mr. Chabinga’s lawyers and obtained by ZNBC news in Lusaka – ZNBC.


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