Peoples Party (PP) acting president, Uladi Mussa has been arrested despite the fact that he presented himself to the ACB after the graft busting body issued his arrest warrant a week ago.
Mussa who came using his personal car left Lilongwe ACB offices in an ACB vehicle.
Reports from Lilongwe indicate that Mussa spent almost two hours inside ACB offices where he was being questioned.
According to ACB’s spokesperson, Egrita Ndala, Uladi Mussa might be heading to court as is protocol at ACB.
“I have not been officially communicated to about the whole issue but if your saying he has left our offices in an ACB vehicle then probably he is being taken to court,” she said.
Other reports also suggest that the PP acting president might be heading to Lilongwe police.
Lately, the ACB issued a warrant of arrest for Uladi Mussa on claims that he corruptly awarded citizenships to 50 foreigners when he was a minister of home affairs.
The ACB said that Mussa abused his office in 2013 by dubiously granting the said citizenships without following procedures.
According to the reports the people that Mussa granted citizenship were from Burundi, Rwanda and Tanzania.