Botswana/June 4, 2019/PORTIA Mlilo /No Comment/114 views /Botswana Ngakaagae wants clients discharged and acquittedshare on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel NEXT MOVE: Ngakaagae consulting with clients Defence attorney in the infamous National Petroleum Fund (NPF) money laundering case, Kgosietsile Ngakaagae, will on Thursday further advance his argument to have the 65 charges against his clients quashed. Last week the state, represented by Advocate Shaun Abrahams, overlooked Ngakaagae’s submission and instead moved to have the charge sheet amended- much to the ire of regional Magistrate Masilo Mathaka, who expressed his disappointment on the conduct of the South African lawyer. Abrahams, a former National Director of Public prosecutions at the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) in South Africa had applied for the submission of a new charge sheet with more charges and accused persons. ALSO READ Global service jamHe also applied that the case be committed to the High Court and the Regional Magistrate asked him how that was possible when investigations were still ongoing. “How do we commit the case to the High Court when there are lots of unresolved issues? You are still investigating to find out who sent money to who and there is still an issue of further particulars. You are bothering me and I am not impressed,” said Mathaka ALSO READ Stan Chart bringing the whole bank to your phoneNgakaagae, objected to Abrahams’ submission saying in the previous mention he had applied that the 65 charges against his clients be quashed and that his clients be discharged and acquitted. He said he came to court prepared for arguments on his submission not amendment of the charge sheet and further asked the court to deal with his matter first. Abrahams told court that attorney Unoda Mack who is representing other accused persons in the matter had allowed him to substitute the charge sheet and commit the case to the High Court for trial. “I even asked if Ngakayagae was aware of that and he said yes”. ALSO READ Hamptons Jazz festival to relocateMack denied Abraham’s claim and told court that the only thing which he discussed with his learned friend was the bail conditions after he mentioned that the case was going for trial. The matter was stood down and was set to continue on the 6th of June for argument on the quashing of the charges. MORE TROUBLES: Abrahams wants more charges added Leave A Comment Below Related Tags:Botswana share on: FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous article‘Nnamdi Kanu’s International Move For Final Liberation Of Biafra Is Gathering Momentum’next articleBattle for Tripoli: Over 600 people killed in two monthsRelated Posts463 shares Botswana/June 15, 2019 /No Comment 2 Bean real mean soup440 shares Botswana/June 15, 2019 /No Comment New transfer pricing regulations delayedZimbabwe introduces 18 hr long power cutsJazz x change presents Cedric XtravaganzaMaitengwe bonfire turns fiveDOMKRAG IN P50M DEBTLast sprint to end new HIV infectionsGalaxy waiting on Da Costa’s decision“Culling” and “population Reduction Management” are NOT the same thing!Pilane aims to finish Boko off Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Sign me up for the newsletter! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.