Former Energy Minister Konga collapses while being interrogated

Former Energy Minister Konga collapses while being interrogated

Former Energy Minister Kenneth Konga  this  morning collapsed as he was being interrogated by the joint investigative wings at the reconstistuted Task Force on Corrupution in Lusaka’s Woodlands area.

Sources within the MMD say the former minister may actually have suffered from a stroke.

MMD President Nevers Mumba has confirmed this to ZNBC News. Dr. Mumba said that  Mr. Konga was rushed to Saint Johns hospital but has since been moved to the University Teaching Hospital.

Last year, Mr Konga, who is also Chavuma MP, was summoned by the Zambia police at the former Task Force offices and the police seized his vehicle following a nine hours search conducted at  his Kabulonga residence.

A combined team of investigators from the Zambia Police, Anti Corruption Commission and Drug Enforcement Commission also seized two motorcycles from the former minister’s residence.  Later on in parliament,  Mr Konga, said that the Hummer police seized from his Kabulonga residence was acquired using the money Members of Parliament get from Parliament for car loans.

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