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ACC press statement on the 48 houses


Anti-Corruption Commission
7th August 2019
For Immediate Release

Press Release

Further to the media reports and the concerns raised by the members of the general public, the Commission wishes to state that the 48 flats were forfeited to the State after due process of the law pursuant to Statutory Instrument No. 58 of 2004. In as far as the forfeiture process is concerned, the matter is closed. The criminal investigations however, are active and still on-going and that the Commission is happy to collaborate with other investigative wings in this manner.

Judge Anderson Zikonda (rtd)
Board Chairperson
Anti-Corruption Commission

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