Sunday, July 27, 2014

Mohan vows to expose 'criminals' in Judiciary
By Mwala Kalaluka
Wed 22 Jan. 2014, 14:00 CAT

Murder convict Matthew Mohan says he will in time resurrect to expose some individuals within the Judiciary that nicely and calculatedly orchestrated his death sentence in order to protect their criminal interests.

Mohan, the Inktech managing director, who was last year sentenced to death by Supreme Court judge Gregory Phiri, sitting as a High Court judge, over the murder of Cyclone Hardware proprietor Sajid Itowala, said it pains him that the people that committed the crime were freely walking the streets of Lusaka and South Africa.

He, however, said he was going to fight his case in the Supreme Court and had faith that the highest court in the land would vindicate him through his appeal.

Mohan said being sent to the Condemned Section at Kabwe's Mukobeko Maximum Prison had not put him down and that very soon, the truth would come out about the Itowala murder.

"I have never wanted to comment about the whole thing from the start," said Mohan, who appeared as a witness in a civil matter where Cubit Zambia Limited has sued African Gases before High Court judge Albert Wood.

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