A TWO -YEAR-OLD boy has died in a fatal road traffic accident involving an oxcart which happened in Western province.
Police deputy spokesperson Danny Mwale said in a statement that Nakama Kwalele of Mbume area in Nangweshi died while Silume Mutalifelile, survived with minor injuries.
He said the incident occurred on February 26, 2021 at around 09:00 hours at Nangweshi Mini hospital on Mbume road.
“Involved was an oxcart which was led by Mutalifelile Kwalele aged 25 of Mbume area in Nangweshi.
The accident happened when the oxen hit into a log and in the process the cart overturned causing death to Nakama Kwalele who was trapped under the cart and died on the spot after sustaining fatal injuries while Silume Mutalifelile of the same abode who sustained a cut on the right ankle, was treated at Nangweshi hospital and later discharged,” Mr Mwale said.
He said the body of the deceased is in Nangweshi Hospital Mortuary awaiting postmortem and burial.
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A 31-YEAR-OLD Correctional officer of Mansa has been arrested for attempted murder.
On April 9, 2021 at 19:30 hours, Frederick Chishimba shot at Pathias Bwale aged 19 whom he suspected of being a thief.
Police deputy spokesperson Danny Mwale confirmed the incident in a statement issued yesterday.
He said the incident occurred at Regional Correctional offices in Mansa, Luapula Province.
Mr Mwale said the victim sustained a bullet wound on his left foot.
“The suspect is in police custody awaiting court appearance,” Mr Mwale said.
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Police deputy spokesperson Danny Mwale said the four are still detained in police custody awaiting court appearance.
Last week, police disclosed that they were investigating and looking for Pheluna Hatembo and Milton Hatembo who are alleged to have been abducted.
The two are witnesses in the case United Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema is alleged to have fraudulently acquired farm number 1924 in Kalomo.
Mr Mwale further said claims in some sections of the media that the two are being held for their own safety are not true as police is keenly following leads which will assist in the arrest of the duo.
“The assertion that Police knows the whereabouts of Pheluna and Milton Hatembo is not true and should be treated with utmost disregard,” Mr Mwale said.