THE Director of Public Prosecutions has entered a nolle prosequi in a case where President Edgar Lungu’s former special assistant for press and public relations Amos Chanda and two others were facing corruption-related charges.
Chanda and former director of the Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) Zindaba Soko were charged with corrupt practices by a public officer and possessing property suspected to be proceeds of crime involving US$11,000 and US$10,000.
El Nahas, a former chairman of Intelligent Mobility Solutions board
was jointly charged with the duo.
But as the case came up this morning, the DPP entered a nolle prosequi.