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Former State House Press Aide Distances Himself from the Hatembos Saga

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Amos Chanda

Former State House press aide Amos Chanda lodged a complaint at Woodlands Police against persons alleging that he is involved in the disappearance of the Hatembo family.
The Hatembos have been engulfed in political crossfire with the protagonist in a lingering land dispute going missing.

Siblings Milton and Pheluna are reportedly missing with the alleged abductors already in court.

Chanda said that allegations that he was the one bulldozing FDD president Edith Nawakwi to allegedly hold some members of the Hatembo family were false.

“I have become aware of very damaging communications on various digital media platforms purporting my nefarious involvement in some underworld operation supposedly with Ms Edith Nawakwi suggesting that I was directing her actions to abduct and or “terminate” the lives of her “abductees” he said.

“Given the gravity of the offence of abduction being a serious felony and given that the last 48 hours have been a hell of agony for my family and I to reassure our friends I have no involvement whatsoever in the alleged mischief, I have decided to make this public statement that I have since reported the matter to the police for necessary action.”
Chanda says some people are taking advantage of the political season to scandalize innocent people.

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