Businessman Kasanda in another legal battle over alleged failure to settle $15,000 debt


Businessman Sedrick Kasanda has been dragged to the Lusaka High Court for alleged refusal to pay an outstanding balance of US$15,000 owed to a company that worked on his Ibex Hill residential house.

According to documents filed in Court, Alumen Fabricators is claiming to have had entered into a verbal agreement with Kasanda to fabricate and install aluminum windows doors and glass in 2021.

The firm claimed that it agreed that the job would cost US$60,000 and that it completed the work.

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Alumen Fabricators complained that Kasanda had failed to pay U$15,132 for the services rendered.

“The plaintiff will aver that the defendant has been evasive and has wilfully neglected and failed to pay the balance due to the plaintiff,” it stated.

This is just one of the many lawsuits on Kasanda’s list. He is currently in police detention on aggravated robbery charges and also on trial for espionage linked to last year’s Kenneth Kaunda International Airport gold scandal.

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