ACC arrests labour inspector

27 Feb 2014 11:20am
WINDHOEK, 27 MAR (NAMPA) – A labour inspector was arrested in Outjo on Tuesday for having transported a football team in a Government vehicle during April last year.
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) announced the arrest of Ben Augustinus Aebeb in a media statement issued on Wednesday.
Aebeb, 49, who works for the Ministry of Labour in Outjo, allegedly transported players of the Outjo Sports Club, which he manages, to a football match in Okaukuejo on 13 April 2013.
The ACC subsequently arraigned him for misusing and utilising vehicle GRN 86138, as well as for alleged misrepresentation in that he submitted a subsistence and travel claim for a trip which he undertook between 07 and 12 April 2013.
The case file was originally investigated by the Namibian Police Force, and then transferred to the ACC on 14 May 2013.
Aebeb already appeared in the Outjo Magistrate’s Court, and his case was remanded to 12 March 2014.
He was released on bail of N.dollars 2 000.