Kambwili's False Document Court Case Adjourned
National Democratic Congress (NDC) defacto president Chishimba Kambwiliwas back to what has become his usual playground at the magistrate court over his uttering of false documents case on Thursday 3rd of May. The NDC leader faces three counts of forgery and giving false information to a public officer.
The charges relate to the registration of a company called Mwamona Engineering and Technical Company.
Kambwili has pleaded not guilty to three counts of forgery, uttering of false documents and giving of false information to a public officer.
When the matter came before magistrate David Simusamba Kambwili pleaded not guilty to all the charges.
Kambwili is being represented by Christopher Mundia, Gilbert Phiri and Keith Mweemba.