Chingola DC saddened by hacking incidents, two lives lost
By ALICE NACHILEMBE
Two of the three members of the family that was hacked yesterday have died.
And Chingola District Commissioner Agnes Tonga said that it was a sad situation for the district to go through something again, that brings fear into the minds of the people.
Ms Tonga is saddened on what has transpired and has warned the perpetrators that police are on the ground.
She said the district has re-enforced the closure of bars to 22:30 hours and police will pick up anyone found loitering after 22:30 as the criminals of crime are not known.
Ms Tonga has warned bar owners to adhere to what has been put in place until it is announce that they maintain normal hours.
She disclosed that last night 49 people were picked up from the night operations by Chingola police for going against parading drinking places after 22:30.
The DC has urged the people to uphold national values and principals because they emphasize on love and why would someone attack anyone if they have love for their friend.
Ms Tonga also visited the victims from the first incident that occurred on 31-May 2021 and she assured them that the people behind will be brought to book as the victim are able to identify them.
The Husband and wife are receiving treatment at Nchanga North General Hospital and in a stable condition while the daughter was transferred to Ndola Yengwe Childrens Hospital.
Bright Chanda the husband in the first incident said that his family was attacked by three people he is able to recognize if they were brought before him as he knows them.
And Beatrice Chanda the wife appealed to the Government to bring the suspect to book as soon as possible.