Pamela Chisumpa’s abductors committed to High Court

 Pamela Chisumpa’s abductors committed to High Court

Two suspected abductors of mobile money agent Pamela Chisumpa and 12 others have been committed to the High Court for trial.

This is after the two suspects appeared in the Lusaka Magistrate Court for reading of charges levelled against them.

The two James Mulenga and Matthews Sikaonga were this morning committed to the High Court by Resident Magistrate Trevour Kasanda.

This followed the presentation of the Certificate of Committal from the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions by Senior State Advocate Bob Mwewa.

In this matter James Mulenga and Matthews Sikaonga are facing 53 counts of aggravated robbery, assault, rape and trafficking in persons.

Mr Mulenga 22 and Mr Sikaonga 22, both of Lusaka’s Chalala are expected to take plea after the consent of their prosecution by the Director of Public Prosecution.

The two allegedly unlawfully trafficked Pamela Chisupa on April 13th in LUSAKA, besides other offences.

Mr Mulenga and Mr Sikaonga also allegedly assaulted and occasioned bodily harm to Pamela Chisumpa.

Among other indictments they are also accused of having raped Faith Maluti in Lusaka between March and October.

 

 

Alice Nachilembe

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Alice Nachilembe is a Journalist who yearns for a better country with leaders being accountable to their mandate without oppressing the governed.