Amoomo accuses state of delaying Michael Amushelelo's court cases

Kadhila Amoomo, the lawyer of activist Michael Amushelelo, has accused the state of having a tendency to make his client miss court cases.

Today, Amushelelo had two court cases closely succeeding each other.

The former forex trader appeared in the SADC Court at ten o'clock in the morning in the case between him and the Prosecutor General.

It was in connection with the freezing of his bank accounts following charges of fraud and money laundering.

BAIL APPLICATION | Michael Amushelelo, Dimbulukeni Nauyoma

Lawyer Kadhila Amoomo has announced that they will not be pursuing the bail application for Michael Amushelelo. Instead, the legal team will focus on the bail application for Dimbulukeni Nauyoma. The two lawyers are providing pro bono representation for the activists.

According to the legal team, they have enlisted the services of an advocate to assist in the defense of Amushelelo. Postponing his bail application will allow the advocate to have ample time to consult with the client.

Amushelelo demands suspension of Lieutenant General Shikongo

Government attorneys have responded to lawyer Kadhila Amoomo after he wrote to President Hage Geingob and demanded the suspension of the Police chief, Lieutenant General Joseph Shikongo.

Amoomo who is acting on behalf of activist Michael Amushelelo wrote to the Head of State informing him that police investigations into the matter in which three people died as a result of a car accident in which Shikongo was involved are underway.