I was not on DIS radar—Anthony

Anthony khama
Anthony khama

Anthony Khama reckons it is time the Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) returns his personal property since he was not on their investigation list and was never cited in their court papers.

Khama, who is seeking the Court of Appeal (CoA) declaratory orders against a search warrant that was used at his Kenmoir Farm in October 2021, accused the spy unit of holding his property illegally.

He is adamant that the property that was seized at his farm had nothing to do with the search warrant as it was not firearms that the DIS was looking for, which were alleged to have been hidden by his brother and former president, Ian Khama. “I am seeking declaratory orders to the effect of the search warrant was not executable against my personal property, that the seizure was unlawful.

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