Bakang Seretse’s attorney, Kgosi Ngakayagae, says the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) is using Judge Omphemetse Motumise’s eviction order to search his client’s house.

He believes they are doing so because they think they can find and destroy any information they have to expose some people involved in Bakang’s case.
“They do not have a search warrant and they have no right to search my client’s house. We are aware that they want evidence that may implicate particular individuals we have threatened to expose,” said Ngakayagae.

The restraining order issued yesterday was to place Seretse and others’ property under restraint and under the custody and control of Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP).

Seretse’s house is among some of the property that is alleged to be proceeds of crime in a case which is investigated by the DCEC.
Seretse, through his attorney filed an urgent application this afternoon appealing Judge Motumise’s ruling.

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