Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) has said it has obtained a CCTV footage showing a man who made a cash deposit of K2 million deposited in the bureau’s boss Lucas Kondowe’s First Merchant Bank (FMB) account.
The deposit slip indicated the money came from a Mr A. Majid.
But a CCTV footage which Nyasa Times has also accessed shows a man arriving at the FMB in a disguised manner, wearing a cap and tinted glasses.
He kept his head down through and through and pulled an envelope to deposit the cash.
The depositor was conspicuously seen to be hiding something.
ACB officials said they investigating “leads” on the matter.
Kondowe, reported to Inspector General of Police Lexten Kachama, after he realised that in his bank account there was a deposit of K2 million from Majid.
He suspects the deposit is “work of detractors”.
Kondowe said he is interested “ to know the motive” of the depositor.
The ACB boss also asked FMB management not to allow anybody to deposit money in his account except himself or a direct member of his family.
Kondowe before he was appointed to head ACB, worked at First Merchant Bank as General Manager for Finance, Planning and Strategy.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :