Principal Employee Headquarters is requested to solicit and receive Corruption

Chief investigator from the Institute for Prevention and Anti-Corruption (General), Cosmas Batanyita (44), has been brought to the Kisutu Resident Magistrate's Court in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, facing seven charges including solicitation of Sh200 million and money laundering.

Batanyita, who is a resident of Chamazi, Dar es Salaam, was arraigned in court on Friday, August 9, 2019, and read his case before Chancellor Resident Magistrate Judge Kelvin Mhina.

State Attorney General Paul Kadushi aiding in his indictment and Wankyo Simon has accused the accused of facing economic corruption charges No. 76/2019.

Among the charges against the defendant are lobbying, soliciting and money laundering, which he allegedly committed between February 9, 12 and 24, 2019.

In a corruption case, Batanyita is alleged on February 9, 2019 in the area of ​​Sword, Dar es Salaam as an employee of Takuru's lobbying and requested a bribe of Sh200 million from Hussein Gulamal Hasham in order to destroy evidence in Hasham's tax evasion case.

The defendant having read out the charges against him, should not have to answer anything in court due to the charges against him without bail.

Magistrate Magistrate postponed the case until August 23, 2019, and the defendant was remanded

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