A Helicopter Allegedly Linked To Proceeds Of Crime In Zambia Has Been Retrieved From Zimbabwe And Another Is Yet To Be Flown From South Africa


Governance Expert, SIKWINDI SITULA says the retrieval of a helicopter allegedly linked to proceeds of crime from ZIMBABWE by law enforcement agencies is progressive.

Mr SITULA says the move of bring back assets will expedite investigations into corruption cases currently in the courts as well as help secure convictions.

In an interview with ZNBC news, Mr SITULA said there is need for the other helicopter in South Africa to be retrieved, so that the court cases can be handled in the shortest possible time.

Yesterday, Director of Public Prosecutions GILBERT PHIRI and Drug Enforcement Commission Director General NASON BANDA witnessed the arrival of the helicopter which was flown from ZIMBABWE by ZAF Pilots.

Mr. PHIRI told journalists that the law enforcement agencies are determined to recover assets suspected to be proceeds of crime that might be abroad.

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