Former Inspector General of Police Lexten Kachama has implicated former Acting Inspector General of Police Duncan Mwapasa, who at the time was his deputy (administration), in the K2.7 billion Police food rations case involving Zameer Karim of Pioneer Investments and police senior superintendent Grant Kachingwe.
Kachama who is currently, testifying in court, said the contract to supply the food rations was signed on 4th August 2015 by Mwapasa on the police side and a representative of Pioneer Investments, who he suspects to be Karim.
The High Court in Lilongwe, this morning, continues to hear testimony from state witnesses in the K2.7bn Police food rations case involving Zameer Karim of Pioneer Investments and senior police superintendent Grant Kachingwe.
The case was adjourned yesterday to today and State witness, former Inspector General of the Malawi Police Service (MPS) Lexten Kachama, is expected to continue testifying.
Yesterday, Kachama told the court that Pioneer Investments was awarded contract to supply food ration packs to MPS before submission of bid documents.
Karim and Kachingwe are being accused of corruption, theft and money laundering.