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2 PF thugs arrested for damaging UPND car

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Police in Northern Province have arrested two thugs suspected to be PF cadres identified as Jannie Yamba Yamba and Witson Mutanda for allegedly damaging a motor vehicle, a Toyota Vista registration number ABT 375, property of Jairos Simbeye.

The incident occurred today 16th September, 2020 at about 10 00 hours in Kasama District.

The complainant who was in the company of his friend were about to come out of Shoprite where they had gone to buy commodities when a group of people clad in PF regalia surrounded their motor vehicle painted in UPND colours .

Upon seeing the group, they went back in the shop but one of them only identified as Gideon was recognised and followed by the thugs and assaulted him and he sustained injuries.

The thugs later damaged the said motor vehicle which was parked at Shoprite.

The suspects are detained in police custody and will be appropriately charged.

During the same confusion, Janny Yamba Yamba 34, the suspect in the case of malicious damage, reported to have been unlawfully wounded by suspected UPND cadres using a Matchet.

The victim sustained a deep cut in the head. Investigations have been instituted in the matter

We are warning all political players, that Police shall not tolerate any thuggery by any individual under the guise of politics.

We urge political players to be tolerant and concentrate on promoting their ideals as opposed to taking the route of violence. Police shall not spare any individual that will be found wanting.

Police Spokesperson Esther Katongo said in a media statement.

The Independent Observer

John Sakala is a Journalist yearning for independent journalism

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