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Kasempa NATSAVE employees in court for theft of money

Economy Kasempa NATSAVE employees in court for theft of money

Two male Accounts Clerks at the National Savings and Credit Bank (NATSAVE) in Kasempa today appeared for plea for theft by public servant contrary to section 277 and 27, Chapter 87 of the laws of Zambia.

This was in a case in which Victor Nyondo and Canrad Mawaya both employees of
NATSAVE as Accounts Clerks, appeared before magistrate Boko Biyele for plea.

Magistrate Biyele read out the statement of facts to the duo who denied the charge.

Facts presented before the court are that by virtual of their positions, the duo stole money belonging to the bank on different occasions.

Conrad Mawaya was charged with three counts of theft by public servant and was accused of stealing money amounting to over K11 million in November last year.

Victor Nyondo was charged with 10 counts of stealing K30 million using his position
of Accounts Clerk.

The two have since been released on police bond and will appear in court on the 20th
and 26th of June 2007, respectively.


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