Lungu and Mosho fly in experts to uproot Mast printing press

Lungu and Mosho fly in experts to uproot Mast printing press

Three technicians from South Africa are expected in the country this evening to help uproot the printing press for the Mast newspaper from former Post newspapers owner Fred Mmembe’s house.

The raid expected tomorrow at 11:00hrs follows the failure by the technicians from the Government Printers to uproot the machine which is expertly bolted to the ground.

Sources close to liquidator Lewis Mosho have disclosed that the transportation of the technicians was facilitated by State house.

 

 

“They were geared to uproot it yesterday but were technically challenged and that’s how they faked the claim that the forklift can’t lift it. So Mosho reported to State house and that’s how, in conjunction with Emmanuel Mwamba in South Africa hired the technicians from a printing company in South Africa,”

Meanwhile, the Watchdog has received information that crooked journalist Abel Mboozi is the one who reported that Mmembe was hiding  properties and books of The Post newspapers.

Mboozi, who was once employed at The Post is the one who treacherously accepted to be used in the battle to seize the newspaper.

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