MAN IN COURT FOR STEALING K 10,000 DOG A THIRTY-TWO-YEAR-OLD man of Lusaka yesterday appeared in the Lusaka Magistrates’ Court on a charge of stealing a dog values at K 10,000.
Andrew Kangwa is charged with theft contrary to the law. It was alleged that Kangwa on June 6, this year, in Lusaka did steal one male boerboel valved at K 10,000, the property of Evans Sinyangwe.
Chief resident magistrate, Lameck Mwale allocated the case to Magistrate Tabitha Mulenga, where he was expected to take plea.
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