Mpinganjiras’ judge bribery case to return to court on 30 June


The controversial judge bribery case involving businessman Thomson Mpinganjira is expected to return to court on 30 June, 2020.
Director General of the Anti-Corruption Bureau Reyneck Matemba says the case is now being moved to the High Court from the Resident Magistrate Court.

Matemba said all investigations from the Ant-Corruption Beareu (ACB) have been completed and believes the case will now be better handled by the High Court.

Mpinganjira, who is now on bail, was arrested in January this year on suspicion that he attempted to bribe Constitutional Court judges who presided over the presidential election case.


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