Police warn, caution Matero Hospital staff for forgery, theft


POLICE in Lusaka have warned and cautioned three personnel from Matero Level 1 Hospital and Matero Main Clinic for forgery and theft.

The trio are said to have been issuing medical certificates to unsuspecting members of the public and converting money to their personal use through the use of the fake date stamps and receipts which Matero Level 1 Hospital Administration have disputed.

Police spokesperson Esther Mwaata Katongo identified them as two clinical officers namely Fredrick Sichone aged 51, Nchinga Muteya 31 and Aaron Kalunga aged 45, a revenue collector.

Katongo said the offences of forgery are Contrary to section 242 as read together with section 350(a) (b) and Theft by Public Servant Contrary to section 277 of CAP 87 of the Laws of Zambia.

“Warn and caution statements have been recorded. They are yet to be charged for the subject offences and will appear in court soon,” stated Katongo.

┬ęKalemba January 8, 2021


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