Thursday, 26 July 2012

ACC arrests former standard quality inspector at the fra for theft involving 3.7m


The Anti-Corruption Commission Has Arrested A Former Standard Quality Inspector At The Food Reserve Agency For Theft Involving 3.7 Million Kwacha.

Clement Chamatwa Kumalinga Has Been Charged With One Count Of Theft Contrary To Cap 87 Of The Laws Of Zambia.
Acc Public Relations Officer Timothy Moono Says Kumalinga, 55, Of Lusaka’s Jesmondine Area Is Alleged To Have, Between 6th January, 2010 And 31st December 2010, Stolen 76 Kilogrammes Of Aluminium Phosphide From The Food Reserve Agency Valued At 3.7 Million Kwacha Meant For Fumigating 5,000 Metric Tonnes Of Maize In Kafue Depots.
Kumalinga Is Alleged To Have Stolen The Product For Use By His Fumigation Company Called Grain Borer Guard.
Mr. Moono Says The Company Was Earlier Awarded A Contract By Fra Amounting To 41.8 Million Kwacha To Fumigate Maize At Kaleya Depot And Malabo Depot In Mazabuka.
Kumalinga Has Been Released On Bond And Will Appear In Court On 22nd August 2012

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