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State To Parade 16 Witnesses In Abdul Karim Batatawala Immigration Case

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Anti-Corruption Bureau Director Martha Chizuma says the state will parade 16 witnesses in the Abdul Karim Batatawala immigration case.

Chizuma said this is a big and old case dating from 2019; hence, the need for all those witnesses.

Batatawala, Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services former director-general Elvis Thodi, commissioner for operations Fletcher Nyirenda and deputy director Limbani Chawinga were arrested for various offences bordering on corruption and money laundering at the department in a procurement deal.

The trial started today with the State parading two witness, the Immigration’s Superintendent for Human Resource Ernest M’baluku and Procurement expert Edward Jeke.

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