Normal channels are being followed to track Henry, says Chanda
Spokesperson for the joint team of investigative wings, Munganga Chanda has said normal channels are being followed to ensure the fugitive son of former President Rupiah Banda, Henry is brought home to answer to pending charges.
In an exclusive interview with Qfm, Ms Chanda declined to comment on a statement attributed to South African High Commissioner to Zambia Moses Chikane that his country cannot extradite Henry to their Zambian counterparts in the absence of solid charges.
She says efforts to arrest Henry who has been on the wanted list by the security wings are progressing well and that an Interpol red notice alert is in force.
On March 30th, 2012, a South African online publication, the Mail and Guardian reported that Henry has permanent residence in South Africa, where he enjoys business connections despite being on the police's wanted list in Zambia.
The publication established that Henry has a company operating in Johannesburg that was registered in 1996 which still operates in South Africa.
Henry's purported company Gushford Four is believed to be dealing in financial intermediation, insurance, real estate and business services.