MP Mushili’ son arrested for money laundering

THE Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) has arrested Ndola Central member of Parliament, Mark Mushili’s son, Sydney, for alleged money laundering involving over K4 billion.

DEC public relations manager, John Nyawali, said Mushili, 33, of house number 32 Dr Damie Street, Kansenshi, Ndola was arrested in his capacity as a shareholder and director of Marks Industries Limited.

“Mr Mushili was arrested yesterday (Thursday) and has been released on bond today (yesterday),” Mr Nyawali said.

He said Mushili has also been charged with fraudulently transferring property from Marks Industries Limited, a shareholding company.

Mr Nyawali also said the DEC has seized property worth K3 billion from Mr Mushili
The property includes a house and two pieces of land in Lusaka.

“The seized property awaits forfeiture to the State… Mr Mushili’s arrest is in connection with the K6 billion money laundering case involving his father, which is before the courts of law,” Mr Nyawali said.

Meanwhile, Patriotic Front (PF) Ndola Central member of Parliament, Mark Mushili yesterday appeared for mention in the Ndola Magistrates Court.

This is in a case in which Mushili is charged with ten counts of obtaining money by false pretences, fraudulently removing property from Anegi Oils Limited, money laundering and theft involving over K6 billion.

Mushili appeared before Principle Resident Magistrate, Collins Lundah who adjourned the case to August 23, 2010 for mention and setting of trial date.
Mr Lundah told Mushili that Chief Resident Magistrate Kelvin Limbani, who is handling the matter, is not available because he is sitting on a marshal court.

Daily Mail

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