I WANT TO TEACH JUDGE EVANS HAMAUNDU, HIS FRIENDS A LESSON, WARNS LUSAKA BUSINESSMAN MISHECK CHATORA
A Lusaka businessman Misheck Chatora says he wants to teach Supreme Court Judge Evans Hamaundu a lesson, saying he is puzzled that despite accusing the judges of corruption they have failed to cite him for contempt.
And Chatora’s Company, Maritime Freight and Forwarding Limited has filed an affidavit in support of motion against Zambian Breweries in the Supreme Court fallowing his dissatisfaction with how the previous matter was handled by justices Michael Musonda, Hamaundu, Roydah Kaomaand Nigel Mutuna.
President Michael Chilufya Charles SATA swears ROYDAH-KAOMA as SUPREME COURT JUDGE
Chatora has reported the four justices before the Judicial Complaints Commission (JCC) over how they handled his appeal case against Zambian Breweries and accused them of issuing a fraudulent judgment, at one point accusing Judge Hamaundu of asking K20,000 from him in the same complaint.
“I want to teach Hamaundu a lesson. Where do you accuse judges for corruption and they fail to summon you for contempt? Let them call me I will prove corruption,” Chatora said to Daily Revelation. “I will even mention a Judge who told me about the corruption going on.”
Lusaka businessman Misheck Chatora says he wants to teach Supreme Court Judge Evans Hamaundu
Following his complaint to the JCC, Chatora has filed a notice of motion in the Supreme Court, that it was a matter of record that the Supreme Court rendered its judgement in this action on August 30, 2022 and that it was held by the Supreme Court in its judgement at page 46 under paragraph 184.108.40.206 that the real issues was that the respondent (Chatora) did not adduce specific documents which pointed to the fact that the appellant (Zambian Breweries), never calculated… https://dailyrevelationzambia.com/i-want-to-teach-judge-hamaundu-his-friends-a-lesson-warns-lusaka-businessman-chatora/
More @ www.dailyrevelationzambia.com
Hon. Mr. Justice Evans Mweembani Hamaundu
Hon. Mr. Justice Evans Mweembani Hamaundu is a Judge of the Supreme Court. He was appointed to the Supreme Court on 16th January, 2014. Justice Hamaundu holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Zambia. He was admitted to the Bar in 1984.
Prior to his current appointment, he served as Judge of the High Court at the Lusaka High Court. Justice Hamaundu started his career in the Legal Aid Department as Legal Aid Counsel from 1984 to1986. He worked as Assistant Advocate at Mbaluku Sikazwe and Company, a firm of Advocates from 1986 to 1987 and as Legal Counsel/Administration Manager at Maamba Collieries Limited from 1987 to 1990. Between 1990 and 1994, Justice Hamaundu served as Group Company Secretary for the National Media Corporation Limited. He also served as Company Secretary for Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company Limited from 1995 to1996. Justice Hamaundu joined the Judiciary of Zambia as Resident Magistrate in 1996 and rose through the ranks until he was appointed Judge of the Supreme Court.