Task force summons former DEC spokesperson Nyawali

The Task Force on Corruption has summoned former Public Relations Manager for the Drug Enforcement Commission John Nyawali for questioning.

Sources at the Task Force have revealed that Nyawali’s summon says he will be questioned in relation to the gold scam.

He will appear at the Task Force offices on Monday at 10: 30 hours.

But sources say that is just a cover up as there is nothing criminal surrounding the gold that was forfeited to the state and sold after being grabbed From Some Zimbabweans.

Sources say Nyawali will be questioned in connection to a government house he bought in 2010 or there about in Lusaka.

The combined team of investigators from DEC, AC C and regular police will ask Nyawali where he got the money from to buy a house.

Nyawali,  Mary Chirwa – the senior assistant commissioner in charge of money laundering unit, Luke Lupiya – the senior assistant commissioner for Lusaka Province were indefinitely suspended from DEC to pave way for investogations into the scam.

Former DEC commissioner Aaron Zulu has since been arrested.

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