Supected State agents break into Meanwood owner’s office & steal documents

Supected State agents break into Meanwood owner’s office & steal documents

Suspected State agents Sunday night broke into the office of Robinson Zulu, the proprietor of Meanwood.

Zulu and his Meanwood properties are at the centre of an ongoing commission of inquiry on the National Pension Scheme Authority (NAPSA)

The specific allegation is that NAPSA purchased 1,500 hectares of land from Meanwood Property Development in disregard of tender procedures and in the absence of a business development plan.

President Michael Sata who has already described Zulu as corrupt set up a commission to investigate the matter.

Sata and his inquiry believe that former president Rupiah Banda was involved in the deal.

But last night unknown people broke into Zulu’s office at Mukuba Houise and got away with documents.

Zulu is also honorary consul for South Korea.

His office which is also used as honorary consul for South Korea is on the fourth floor of Mukuba house and is heavily guarded.

Since the office is also a foreign consul, Zambia investigators can not legally search it as it enjoys diplomatic immunity. That could explain the break in at night.

Police officers who went to the place to investigate the break-in expressed shock on how a person could sneak unnoticed in such a heavily guarded building.

Share this post