DEC summon Amos Chanda over money laundering

By Agness Changala katongo

Former special assistant to President Edgar Lungu for Press and Public Relations Amos Chanda has been summoned by the Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) to appear before an anti money laundering officer tomorrow at 09:00 hours.

According to a call out obtained by Daily Revelation, addressed to Chanda of Serval Road in Kabulonga, DEC asked Chanda to appear at its offices without fail.

“Notice to appear before a DEC anti-money laundering officer: Take Note that you are required to Report to the DEC/AMLIU office situated at the Old Ministry of Justice Building in Ridgeway area on Wednesday 13th November, 2019 at 09:00hours without fail,” read the letter in part.

Sources have revealed that Chanda’s questioning is in connection with some funds that he received through his account and was meant for PF operations.

The source said the same money was also used to run Smart Eagles, a PF online publication.

“That’s the same money they want to charge him for,” the source said.

In June this year, Chanda resigned
from his position amid speculation as to why he left his job suddenly.

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