Best Lodge has re-opened business five months after it was closed to allow investigations in the alleged corruption case involving former Ministry of Health Human Resource manager Henry Kapoko.
The Lodge opened its doors to the public on November 20, 2009.
In a statement released to ZANIS in Lusaka today, Best Lodge Interim Chairman and Spokesperson Brian Sampa apologized to the clients for the inconvenience caused by the closure.
He announced that the lawyers both at Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) and KBF and Partners have been informed.
“Best Lodge management wishes to announce the reopening Lodge to the public for business. We wish everyone a fruitful and joyous festival season,” Mr. Sampa’s statement reads in part.