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Acquitted terrorists accused demand US$2M compensation

By GRACE CHAILE

A LUSAKA businessman, Marlone Banda, who was with three others acquitted of terrorism charges has dragged the Attorney General to the High Court, seeking special damages amounting to US$2 million.

Banda was jointly charged with former President Edgar Lungu’s political advisor, Chris Zumani Zimba, Given Phiri and Potipher Gwai, with the offence of possession of terrorism articles, which is a non-bailable offence. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

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