Fiscal police in Blantyre on Thursday summoned for questioning a Pakistan businessperson Karamat Choudhry of Shayana Supermarket in connection to the mysterious man that deposited K2 million into the bank account of Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) director general Lucas Kondowe.
Choudhry has been names a prime suspect after analysis of the mobile call log and second CCTV footage linked him to the mysterious man who deposited K2 million into Kondowe’s account at First Merchant Bank (FMB) Blantyre Branch
He was released without being charged.
According to a bank deposit slip, on March 27 2015 a Mr. A. Majid, whose cell-phone number is indicated as 0995 326 499, made a deposit of K2 million into Kondowe’s account.
The call log shows that the telephone number 0995 326 499 started being used in Malawi on March 25 2015 at around 4.13pm and stopped working on April 2 2015 at around 11.25am after making 29 transactions.
Police indicated that they intend to consult with the Director of Public Prosecutions [DPP] on the possible charge since depositing money is not a crime.
Kondowe alerted the Inspector General of Police Lexten Kachama soon after discovering a mysterious K2 million deposit into his bank account.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :