Chiluba to demand restoration of his immunity

ftjVictorious at court, former president Fredrick Chiluba will now demand that his immunity from prosecution be restored.

Chiluba’s immunity was lifted in 2003 by parliament to facilitate investigation and prosecution over alleged corruption during his tenure as president.

The Watchdog has been informed that Chiluba will demand that parliament in its next sitting restore his immunity.

His argument will be that the grounds upon which he was stripped have been satisfied.

Sources close to Chiluba say that he will argue that a competent Zambian court has cleared him of all allegations and charges on which he was stripped.

Chiluba announced in Lusaka on Monday that he will talk about many things in the next few days.

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