BPRA Calls For Probe On Chombo

According to the letter which is in Radio VOP possession, BPRA want parliament to investigate Chombo to ascertain how the minister managed to acquire vast properties he allegedly owns.  

“BPRA believes that it is the duty of parliament to monitor the excesses of public officials, and in line with that investigate cases of alleged corruption”.
“Allegations that Minister Chombo own vast properties across the country therefore cannot go without formal enquiry. BPRA also requested that all local authorities where Minister Chombo is alleged to own properties should also be investigated,” reads part of the letter.
The issue of Chombo’s controversial properties was exposed by the minister’s former wife in November last year in court during a mercy divorce case.
Some of the numerous properties which Chombo allegedly owns across the country include dozens of residential properties, residential stands and commercial stands, and dozens of vehicles and farming equipment.
Chombo two months ago made an urgent high court application seeking an order to have his divorce case held in camera.