LUSAKA businessman Brebner Changala has said that it is a lie for the Post Newspaper to say that he was used to frame charges against the Director of Public Prosecutions Mutembo Nchito.
Mr Changala said this in a statement released.
According to the post Newspaper, Mr Changala in an interview revealed that his name was being used falsely and that he told the Acting Attorney General Abraham Mwansa to drop the charge that Mutembo planted drugs on him because it was a lie.
He said he would be happy if the tribunal would clear the suspended DPP so that he goes back to his job because he was a fighter of corruption.
“The issue of DPP Mutembo Nchito planting drugs on Brebner Changala came as a surprise to me and to many because I am not the complainant,” Changala said according to the post Newspaper.
The paper went on to say that Mr Changala said that he was shocked to hear that there were witnesses who were willing to testify in his favour. “Although it has never been written elsewhere, anywhere behind the scenes, I fought very hard that if I am not shown the witnesses, I will not cooperate and that charge has to be dropped,” Changala said.
Below is the full statement released and signed by Mr Changala