Now police start driving car for destined Ultimate Insurance directors

Now police start driving car for destined Ultimate Insurance directors

Police officers have grabbed and are driving around vehicles owned by jailed Ultimate Insurance ltd owners.
Tobia Milambo, Nachi Musonda and Richard Lubemba are detained at Kamwala remand prison at the instigation of Tomorrow Investments owner Chanda Katotobwe who has moved the entire government machinery to grab the Insurance company at any cost or death to anyone.
Two police officers Lenny Shonga and Clementina Mapulanga from police headquarters have been singled out as being used by Katotobwe to the maximum.
According to police sources, officer Lenny Shonga has grabbed Nachi Musonda’ s Ford Ranger, for whatever reason. Fellow police officers have complained that moreover, instead of parking the car at the police, officer Shonga is driving the car now as a personal to holder and the police command have tolerated this clear abuse of police powers.
The same police officers have also blocked all cars for the detained directors at RATSA. The police officers have also seized Tobia Milambo’s personal bank account and fuel station, which are not related to the Insurance company.
Meanwhile, details have emerged that Katotobwe’s wife Felicitas Chibamba Katotobwe (in Photo with Katotobwe) is living with a broken leg. Her husband broke it during a fight that erupted after she found out he was bonking her younger sister, name withheld for now.
The Watchdog understands that Chanda Katotobwe and the police officers and other government officials he is using in his bid to grab the company are now trying to get access to bank accounts of the Insurance company using the police. To effect changes of bank account signatories and shareholders requires a civil court order after a due legal process. But not in this case, it’s the criminal process that is being used to intimidate the other group.
The three detained directors are still detained. Their new lawyer Osborne Ngoma applied for bail during the last court appearance.

Magistrate Walusiku said she will make a Ruling on the bail application on October 13, 2020.

Katotobwe claims that he bought the Insurance company but it later emerged that he caused his agents to forge a consent judgment purporting that the owners of the company agreed to sell it to him.

Katotobwe working with three other directors, Justin Phiri, Klein Syampongo and Maybin Silavwe, but unknown to other shareholders in the company, conspired and signed a consent judgement that enabled him to illegally take ownership of Ultimate Insurance Company Limited.

The lawyers he used to sign the fake consent judgment that Chanda Katotobwe used to take control of Ultimate Insurance Company said it was not enforceable ( it’s invalid), when challenged. Forgery is a criminal offence but the police have taken no interest in this matter.

These criminal activities on the part of Katotobwe are not just suppressed but glorified by the police and court who are only preoccupied in persecuting the other side. But Katotobwe should remember that mulandu taubola.


Three Directors of a private insurance company are still languishing in Kamwala remand prison for simply being late to appear in court.
Tobia Milambo, Nachi Musonda and Richard Lubemba have been detained since 7 September 2020. The three have been charged with fraud and forgery over ownership of Ultimate Insurance Company. The truth however seems to be that, the three are in a deadly ownership dispute of the insurance company with Tomorrow Investments Limited owner Chanda Katotobwe. Katotobwe, using state power, courts, First Lady Esther Lungu and the DPP has managed to put his rivals in jail while he is finalising the takeover of the company.

Tobia Milambo, Nachi Musonda and Richard Lubemba own a company called ‘Marshlands Consortium limited’. Marshlands Consortium limited in turn is the major shareholder in an insurance firm called ‘Ultimate Insurance limited’.
Katotobwe and the police, accuse the three detained directors of having fraudulently changed records of Ultimate Insurance Company. Katotobwe claims that he and his wife bought Ultimate Insurance Company. So far he has not provided any proof. PACRA records, reproduced here, show that Ultimate Insurance Limited was incorporated on 12 December 2013, with individual shareholders registered as Nachi Musonda, Innocent Sinzala, Wilson Katwishi Musonda, Luke Chisenga Lubemba, Felicitas Kabwe Chibamba and Hanyimbo Tobias Milambo. The institutional shareholder is Marshlands Consortium. The name of Katotobwe does not appear on the original PACRA documents.
Instead, Katotobwe working with three other people, Justin Phiri, Klein Syampongo and Maybin Silavwe conspired and signed a consent judgement that enabled him to illegally take ownership of Ultimate Insurance Company Limited.

The consent judgment was later proved to be fake. When Katotobwe realised that the scam has been discovered, he betrayed his colleagues and claimed that he was not aware of the consent judgment. He claimed that it was signed without his knowledge. The people he paid to cook the consent judgment , Howard Simutumba and lawyer Siamutwa of Charles Siamutwa Legal Practitioners have since been arrested but this matter is being downplayed by both the police and the courts.

ZNBC reported that Mr. Siamutwa, occasioned the Consent Judgement, without the knowledge of Mr. Chanda Katotobwe, who claims to be the rightful owner of Ultimate Insurance Company.

When the Consent judgment attempt failed, Katotobwe now decided to cause his rivals to be arrested. This was easily done using money and state power.

What is however shocking is the bias and personal interest that the DPP Lilian Shawa demonstrated in this whole fight. Immediately the three directors were arrested, the DPP wrote a strange, ‘extremely urgent’ letter to the minister of Finance Bwalya Ngandu directing him to order the Pensions and Insurance Authority to take over Ultimate Insurance company. The DPP told the minister Ngandu that since the three directors have been arrested, they should not be involved in the operations of the company. The DPP warned in her letter that if the Pensions and Insurance Authority does not take over the private Insurance firm, officials of the Pensions and Insurance Authority can be arrested.

Meanwhile, the Pensions and Insurance Authority had already explained that there was nothing wrong or irregular in the way the licence for Ultimate Insurance was renewed. Effectively, the Pensions and Insurance Authority cleared the three detained directors.

On 26 March 2020, Christopher Mapani, the Registrar & Chief Executive Officer of Pensions and Insurance Authority wrote that:
‘The Authority categorically denies any fraud or criminal conduct in the renewal of Ultimate Insurance Limited 2020 license. Like any other insurer licensed by the Authority, Ultimate Insurance Limited applied for the renewal of the 2020 license and upon consideration of the set requirements, the license was issued. Finally, the Authority wishes to state that it will not be cowed by intimidation, harassment and humiliation into taking a decision outside the law.’
He was arrested the next day. Mr. Mapani as Registrar of PIA, is accused of perpetuating the operations of Ultimate Insurance Company with the three accused persons despite allegedly tendering forged documents of ownership of Ultimate Insurance.
When Minister of Finance received the ‘extremely urgent’ letter from the DPP, he wrote to the Pensions and Insurance Authority advising them to act. From the letter the minister wrote, it is clear he did not agree with the demands and threats from the DPP but never the less had to do something. See the letter attached.
When the Pensions and Insurance Authority received the letter from the minister, they sought legal guidance from the Attorney General Likando Kalaluka.
In his legal advice, the Attorney General Kalaluka guided that there was no legal provision that could allow the authority to take over the private insurance firm based on the mere fact that the directors have been charged with a criminal offence. The attorney general guided that the authority should wait until the veracity of the criminal charges given the owners of the company are either proved or dismissed by the courts. See the letter from the Attorney General.
While all this was going on in the background, the directors, Tobia Milambo, Nachi Musonda and Richard and were booked to appear in court. One of them had fallen ill and had hoped to secure an adjournment. The other two were

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