High Court Judge Patrick Chirwa sitting as Chief Resident Magistrate in a Money laundering case involving Businessman Zameer Karim, has finished hearing evidences from parties in the case.
Karim, is being accused of forging documents to acquire a K150 million loan to buy food rations for the Malawi Police service.
On Monday, the court finished hearing evidences in the case and has since given an ultimatum of 21 days for parties to file their final submissions.
Speaking to MIJ Online, Dr Steven Kayuni Director of Public Prosecutions said they have closed their case and now awaits court’s decision on the matter.
On his part, Alexious Nampota defense lawyer said hearing of the case has gone well as defense was given chance to prove that Karim did not forge any letter or document.