KUNDA Strongly RUBBISHES SATA’s Commission

FORMER republican veep, George Kunda has rubbished Michael Sata’s commission of inquiry tasked to investigate him saying the move is politically inclined. Mr. Kunda said it was also against the rule of natural justice for President Sata to establish a politically inclined commission to investigate a politician.

George Kunda

George Kunda

In a statement made available, Mr. Kunda said setting up of a commission was unjustifiable because he would be tried by people with particular interests at the expense of the truth which would be led by politicians with particular interests at the expense of the truth.
Mr. Kunda who is a senior lawyer and a State Counsel said it was not necessary to appoint a Commission of Inquiry with its attendant financial cost to the tax payer in form of sitting allowances.

He said all the information President Sata wanted in the transaction was available at the ministry of Justice. “All the information pertaining to this matter was available in the Ministry of Justice. Further it was unfair and unjust for me to be subjected to a commission of inquiry composed of politicians appointed by the President (i.e. Hon Sebastian Zulu, Minister of Justice, Hon Dr Ngosa Simbyakula, Deputy Minister Of Justice and Mrs Kansembe, Deputy Minister Of Finance) and chaired by my principal accuser the Minister of Justice.” and unjust for me to be subjected to a Commission of Inquiry composed of politicians appointed by the President (i.e. Hon Sebastian Zulu, Minister of Justice, Hon Dr Ngosa Simbyakula, Deputy Minister Of Justice and Mrs Kansembe, Deputy Minister Of Finance) and chaired by my principal accuser the Minister of Justice.”

He said such politicians were determined to ensure that his political career was ruined so that they could rule Zambia
without any formidable opposition. Mr. Kunda expressed discontent over President Sata’s direct involvement through his pronouncement

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