Ex-Army commander, Mihova, describes as ‘imaginations’ allegations against him by Nalumango’s aide, Chizu


Former Zambia Army commander, Paul Mihova, has described as imaginations, allegations against him that he commandeered the team of soldiers which led a siege to Vice-President Mutale Nalumango’s Press Aide, Njenje Chizu’s home, causing assault and damage to property.

In this matter, Chizu and his wife, Chimwemwe, sued the Attorney-General and General Mihova, demanding damages for trespass and the damage caused to their property which included household goods.

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They are also seeking damages for mental torture stating that the attack was done in full view of their son, who has been left traumatized.

Mihova, however, filed his defence contending that the Chizu family was not entitled to the reliefs sought but intended to extort money from the defendants.

He said the allegations were falsehoods and figment of their imaginations.

“Second defendant denies that “he led a siege of the plaintiffs home and perpetrated an escapade of assualts and batteries and will aver at trial that nothing of that nature occured on the material days as this is a figment of the plaintiffs’ own imagination and will be out to strict proof thereof,” he submitted.

Mihova expressly denied each and every allegation levelled against him by Chizu.

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