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Police have not summoned UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema, Esther Katongo says

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POLICE Spokesperson Esther Katongo says opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema  is not among the party members who have been summoned by police in Muchinga Province.
And Katongo has warned UPND supporters planning to go and give solidarity to their leaders who have been summoned by police in Muchinga not to go ahead with their plans or else they will face consequences.
Katongo in a statement said she has monitored some social media posts in which some UPND officials are calling for people to go and give solidarity to their members.
She has advised them not to proceed with their plans warning that doing so will be tantamount to unlawful assembly or conducting an illegal procession which is against the law.
Katongo said there is no need  for sympathisers to be in conflict with the law.
“As per our mandate of maintaining law and order in the country, we will be at hand to do just that. We therefore advise all those planning to travel to Muchinga Province for the above mentioned reason to rescind their decision,” Katongo said.

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Authorities in Lusaka search for the body of a juvenile aged 9 in Ngwenya Dam 

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POLICE and the Fire Brigade in Lusaka are searching for the body of a juvenile aged nine years identified as Wina Namangolwa suspected to have drowned in Ngwenya Dam in Misisi Compound yesterday.
Police spokesperson Esther Katongo has told Mwebantu in a statement that her office received a report of suspected drowning from the father of the victim identified as Siisi Namangolwa aged 23 years of Misisi Compound that his child was in the company of his friends who reported the matter to him.
She said the victim is believed to have drowned in the process of bathing from the Dam.
“The body has not yet been retrieved and a search has continued,” she said.

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Police formally arrest and charge Lt. Nigel Mwaba, for the alleged murder of Dr. Tasila Tembo

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POLICE in Lusaka have now formally arrested and charged Lieutenant Nigel Mwaba aged 33  of Balastone , Lusaka West with  murder which is contrary to section 200 of the Penal Code, Cap 87 of the Laws of Zambia.

Police spokesperson Esther Katongo has confirmed the development to Mwebantu.

“The suspect is alleged to have murdered Dr. Tasila Tembo. He still remains in police custody, yet to appear in Court.” She said

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A 31-year-old nurse of Kitwe allegedly raped while on duty in ward, police say

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A 31-YEAR-OLD nurse of Kitwe has allegedly been raped by her workmate, a clinical officer while on duty.

It is alleged that incident happened at Care well private clinic in Nkana East while the victim was working when a clinical officer identified as Mathew Fwalanga took advantage of her.

Copperbelt Deputy Commissioner of Police  Bothwell Namuswa has confirmed the incident in an interview.

Mr Namuswa said the suspect remained behind to study after he knocked off from work.

He said the victim asked to use the suspect’s phone but as she returned it, Fwalanga grabbed her hand and twisted her right hand from behind, pulled her into the ward.

Mr Namuswa said Fwalanga then forced her to bend down and pulled down her uniform trousers and pant and then penetrated her.

“It is alleged that the nurse asked for help from the suspect to phone the security guard so that she can send him to buy food. It was at this point that the clinical officer took advantage of the victim knowing that they were only two in the clinic and raped her,” Mr Namuswa said.

He said attempts by the victim to shout for help did not yield any results as there was no one at the clinic.

The deputy provincial police commissioner said after he finished raping her, the suspect left the health institution and is currently on the run.

“We have launched a manhunt to bring the suspect to book while the victim has been taken into hospital for medical examination and treatment after she complained of abdominal pains, “he said.

This comes barely days when Zambia is commemorating 16 days of gender activism to raise awareness about violence against women and girls.

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ZAMBIA: COVID-19 STATS

05 Dec 2020, 9:00 AM (GMT)

Zambia Stats

17,857 Total Cases
364 Deaths
17,145 Recovered

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