Uladi Mussa hands himself to Anti-Corruption Bureau
Interim President of the People’s party Uladi Mussa has handed himself over to the Anti-Corruption Bureau after it issued a warrant of arrest over his involvement in issuing passport and citizenships to some foreign nationals.
While admitting that he issued the passport, Mussa told reporters that he took the step in his capacity as Home Affairs minister.
He said he has handed himself over to the ACB to hear from the body, the accusations that are being raised against him.
The ACB launched a probe against Mussa but said it could not arrest him as he was immune at a time parliamentary deliberations for the 2017 budget review were in session in the capital Lilongwe.
He is being represented by lawyer Paul Maulidi.
According to our reporter in Lilongwe Alick Ponje, when handing himself over, Mussa was under the escort of his wife, some people’s Party Officials and supporters who are clad in party colours.
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