$2.8m Bugatti Veyron seized in Zambia, owner’s source of income now being investigated

It has been reported that Zambian authorities have seized a $2.8m Bugatti Veyron which reportedly arrived the country through Kenneth Kaunda International Airport on Monday February 24.

Following this, a statement has been released by Zambia’s Drug Enforcement Commission on Wednesday February 26 which revealed that the agency is investigating the owner of the car.

It was further gathered that Zambia’s Drug Enforcement Commission is investigating the owner of the luxury car’s source of income to ensure there is no breach of its money laundering laws.
As at the time of compiling this news, the investigation is still ongoing.

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