TEN people have been identified in connection with the brutal murder of Patriotic Front (PF) North-Western Province chairperson Jackson Kungo.
Kungo was murdered in cold blood on voting day, August 12, near Kyawama Secondary School after he was suspected of carrying pre-marked ballot papers to the polling station.
The mob also burnt a motor vehicle belonging to Lytone Kalusa.
The suspects include Joseph Pandwe, Kelvin Mofya, Wana Samakayi, Tobias Mutengo, John Mubanga.
Meanwhile, Zambia’s President Hakainde Hichilema has assured the nation that no one will be sent to jail for critisizing the UPND Alliance Government.
Speaking during Mass held at State House grounds this morning, Mr Hichilema stated that arresting anyone with divergent views can be misconstrued to shielding inadequacies by Government which he is confident of fixing.
“We also wish to state that no one, and we mean no one, will be sent to jail for critisizing the UPND Alliance Government. With God on our side, we will triumph as a Country,” President Hichilema said.
President Hichilema said he was elected to the office not for vengeance but to deliver cheaper foods for all, adding that vengeance is for God.
Hichilema added that poverty, hunger, joblessness and lack of business opportunities for the people were his enemies. – Zambia365News □