Kaizer Zulu arrested after making threats to kill four individuals
Kaizer, a political advisor to former president Edgar Lungu, has been charged and detained on suspicion of making threats to shoot four individuals.
On September 7, 2019, the event took place in Kafue District.
Police officially accused and detained Mr. Zulu, 52, of the Ibex Hill neighborhood in Lusaka, as well as Rafick Kakonde, 32, of the Chilenje township, on four charges of threatening violence, according to police deputy spokesperson Danny Mwale, who talked to Mwebantu.
According to him, the two allegedly threatened to shoot and injure Benard Nshindu, Sengewayo Jere, Saul Masikote, and Manson Mweemba.
“The duo have also been charged and arrested for the subject offence of Assault OABH contrary to section 248 chapter 87 of the Penal Code in which two people identified as Bernard Nshindu and Sengewayo Jere were assaulted by the suspects,” he said.
Mr Mwale the two suspects are detained in Police custody awaiting court appearance.