Saturday, April 13

Zameer Karim’s K2.7 Billion Police Food Ration Case Resumes

The K2.7 billion police food ration court case involving businessperson Zameer Karim, Police Senior Superintendent, Grant Kachingwe and Commissioner of Police, Innocent Bottoman (now deceased) has resumed in Lilongwe before High Court Judge Annabel Mtalimanja.

The court has since ordered the State not to use any direct evidence against Bottoman since he is deceased and cannot defend himself.

The State is currently parading witnesses in the case, where the three are accused of conspiring to use public office for the advantage of Karim of Pioneer Investments, to arbitrarily obtain K2.7 billion from Malawi Government.

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