First cashgate convict Trizza Namathanga Senzani is expected to walk to freedom next week after prison authorities slashed a third of her three year nine months sentence due to good conduct while in jail.
Commissioner for prisons responsible for operations Masauko Wisikoti confirmed Namathanga, former principal secretary for ministry of Tourism will leave the Maula prison on Thursday having spent a year in the prison having taken part in the K30 billion public money plunder at Capital Hill popularly known as cashgate.
“The Officer in charge of Maula Prison said she had showed exemplerary behaviour while in prison, we did not receive any complaints from the OC of Maula prison concerning her,” said Wisikoti.
Senzani was supposed to finish her sentence on October 6, 2017 after she was jailed on October 6, 2014.
She was sentenced nine months IHL for theft and three years for money laundering.