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Heavy armed Police Officers Block Roads Leading To Kasama Magistrate Court

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Heavy armed Police Officers Block Roads Leading To Kasama Magistrate Court

Heavy armed Police Officers Block Roads Leading To Kasama Magistrate Court

Police in Kasama has blocked all roads leading to Kasama Magistrate Court where UPND Deputy Secretary-General Patrick Mucheleka and three others are today appearing on a charge of aggravated robbery.

The four which include Elias Mubanga and Samuel Ngwira are remanded at Milima State correctional facility awaiting for instructions from DPP to commit the matter to the High Court.

The four are accused of aggravated Robbery and malicious damage.

UPND President Hakainde Hichilema is in Kasama to show solidarity to his members in prison.

Hundreds of other UPND members and Kasama residents have braved the morning chilly weather to offer solidarity to the incarcerated leaders but are being blocked by the heavy police presence.

Hundreds of Police officers have been drawn from across the northern and muchinga provinces sending a feel of a Police state in the usually quiet town.

The four who are appearing for mention are being represented by Mulambo Haimbe and a Counsel Phiri both of Malambo and Associates.

-Zambian Observer

In Other News – President Lungu submits to Hichilema in the spiritual realm

Prophet Abraham Nathan Tembo of ‘God’s Mountain’ Ministries based in Lusaka West says President Edgar Lungu gave away some considerable territory in the natural, but most critically in the Spiritual realm when he allowed himself to be ‘talked over’ by his main political opponent, at an ECZ meeting in Mulungushi International Conference Centre last week. The Prophet said words carry a substantial amount of power and when they are not responded to or repudiated, the listener is submitting to the authority of the speaker.

The meeting between the leaders of the political parties and the ECZ

“President Edgar Lungu should have allowed himself to speak even just closing remarks to thank fellow Presidents for taking the time to attend the meeting. That would have been enough to withdraw the authority he willingly...learn more