The Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) is conducting a forensic audit on suspected fraud and money laundering activities involving close to K2 billion at the Legal Aid Board under the Ministry of Justice. According to Post sources "The officers from DEC...are carrying out a forensic audit on suspected money laundering activities. This has led to the suspension of about three or four officers from accounts, procurement and administration respectively pending investigations in the matter...The investigations involve the procurement of vehicles for the board. There is also the issue of houses in Livingstone and Kabwe. It is suspected that the prices for these houses were inflated." More detail via The Post.