THREE PEOPLE NABBED FOR MALICIOUSLY DAMAGING VEHICLES FERRYING UPND SUPPORTERS TO MPONGWE

By Tinkerbel Mwila

Police on the Copperbelt have apprehended three people for maliciously damaging vehicles that were ferrying UPND officials to Mpongwe district for the farmer’s field day yesterday.

Copperbelt Police Commanding Officer Sharon Zulu has confirmed that the incident happened when one of the drivers hired to ferry the UPND supporters hit a pedestrian aged 6 of Mikomfwa Township in Luanshya district.

Ms. Zulu said the victim sustained a fractured right arm and leg, bruised back of the head and general body pains.
She has disclosed that the three have since been detained for conduct likely to cause breach of peace while investigations continue.

The Provincial Deputy Police Commissioner has also disclosed that the driver of the vehicle that hit the pedestrian identified as Paul Nkofela is also in custody for dangerous driving.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Release them please! The driver was driving carelessly and he hit a child. Deserves a good beating before being told to drive away.

  2. This is the exact nonsense we have been complaining about. This culture of arresting anyone that is not UPND must stop.

    I bet the driver that hit the child is still free and will probably hit another pedestrian soon.

    The praise singers insult people every day and yet not even one has been arrested.

    We are going back to PF times for sure.

    Zambians have been duped again.

  3. Kwena chikopo ichi. ” The driver that hit the pedestrian is in custody.” Ichikopo ati so the driver is still free. Read to understand and not to disagree. You diridend fela.

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