Khama decries 'costly' DIS dishonesty

Ian Khama
Ian Khama

Former president Ian Khama is not a happy camper as he says the reprehensible conduct of the Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) has put him out of pocket tremendously.

Khama who appeared before the Court of Appeal on Friday against the DIS that is seeking an appeal after being denied access to search one of his houses known as State House number 4 moved an application for leave, disclosing how dishonest DIS has been and in the process costing him more than he can bargain.

“The application for leave for additional material in the record of appeal is necessitated by the reprehensible conduct of the DIS. It has put me out of pocket because this application would not have been necessary if the DIS had been honest and disclosed all the information before a High Court judge,” he said.

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