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The Supreme Court is next week expected to hear a matter in which a prominent businessman has contested its judgment where the mode of repayment of his money seized by the Drug Enforcement Commission -DEC- more than 20 years ago has been altered.

JAYESH SHAH 56 has disputed the Supreme Court’s judgment delivered 3-years ago that had changed the final court of appeal’s earlier stance that the Bank of Zambia was liable to repay his money held in a suspense account at the liquidated First Merchant Bank.

Mr. SHAH says he is appalled with the turn of events that his money must be repaid using proceeds from the liquidation of the defunct First Merchant Bank instead of the Bank of Zambia’s coffers.

He says this is contrary to the earlier judgments delivered by the High Court and Supreme Court between 1999 and 2011.

Meanwhile Mr. SHAH has sued the Judicial Complaint Commission for allegedly turning down his request for investigations against 3 Supreme Court Judges EVANS HAMAUNDU and ROYDAH KAOMA, including the late Chief Justice IRENE MAMBILIMA who presided upon the 2008 judgment where the mode of repaying of his money was altered.

He claims that despite putting up written complaints, the Judicial Complaints Commission has continued to give him negative responses.

This is according to the petition filed in the Constitutional Court.

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