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Hakainde Hichilema slapped on the face, DEC U-turns on seized Edgar Lungu’s Lodge

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The Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) has lifted its seizure notice issued on Crest Lodge; property believed to have been owned by Former Republican President Edgar Lungu.

DEC Director General, Mary Chirwa has confirmed of the development in a statement currently circulating on social media.

According to Chirwa, DEC has established that Crest Lodge belongs to a Mr. Charles Phiri, and not the former president as earlier suspected.

Advocates for National Democracy and Develoment executive director, Samuel Banda has demanded that the Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) apologises to former Republican President, Mr Edgar Lungu for tarnishing him name.

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Mr Banda notes that new twist exposes DEC’s incompetence and as such, should apologize for denting Mr Lungu’s reputation.

He has observed that the DEC is operating based on emotions, witch hunt and victimization.

He has since urged the DEC to work professionally without succumbing to political pressure from those wanting by all means to dent the image of the former president.

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