The company registration complications has landed the Homeland Security Minister, Nicholas Dausi in court for what is described as unlawful deportation of the company owner whom some scrupulous individuals wanted to change the ownership of the company’s banking details.
Some individuals are reported to have fraudulently taken over the ownership of the company which at the moment has the second registration certificates with the ownership of new names, Zakhira Azizi Jussab and Muhammad Rayiz Gathi.
The ownership wrangle of the company was discovered when money transfers in bulks amounting to Mk50 million from the Affordable Glass and Alluminium Company’s bank account were made whose signatory were supposed to be Shuniz James and Wayne James but that was not the case.
Meanwhile, the company has a new registration certificate, the Registrar of Companies, Chikumbutso Namero has confirmed the development but was quick to direct this publication to Justice Ministry’s Publicist, Pilirani Masanjala who declined to disclose the source of the certificate which is only signed by the Assistant ReRegistrar of companies, F.E. Chibisa, whose owners indicates the names Zakhira Azizi Jussab and Muhammad Rayiz Gathi as the new owners.
Upon the discovery of the malpractices, the original company owners Shuniz James and Wayne James reported about the matter and took the issue to court, but before the case commenced, the Homeland Security Minister, Nicholas Dausi ordered the immediate deportation of the complainants.
Lawyer representing the Shuniz and Wayne James, Kuleza Richard Phokoso said he has challenged the decision taken by the minister considering the infringement of human rights in the matter which did not give his client any room for a fair treatment.
“We are challenging the decision made by the minister because it is against the country’s constitution to infringe on someone’s freedom to be heard in a constitutional legal institution,” Phokoso said.
Meanwhile, the Homeland Security Minister, Nicholas Dausi, the Inspector General of Police and Commissioner of Immigration have all been dragged to court under magistrate, Joseph Chigona on 31st January 2020 in Blantyre.