Detained embattled MMD Lusaka province chairman William Banda has been transferred to Lusaka central police.
This follows Mr. Banda’s arrest and detention at Chipata central police station yesterday.
Lusaka division commanding officer Mhlakeni Zulu has confirmed the development to QFM.
Mr. Zulu says Mr. Banda was transferred from Chipata police in the morning and is currently in custody at Lusaka central police.
Mr. Banda was yesterday apprehended by Patriotic Front cadres in Chipata and later handed over to police.
The MMD provincial chairperson is alleged to have been the master minder of the violence that erupted in the country during the reign of the former ruling party, the Movement for Multi-party democracy Development (MMD).
Meanwhile Evangelical Youth Alliance International Executive Director Reverend Moses Lungu is seeking forgiveness from the Patriotic Front government,its leadership and the general public for any act of defamation against President Michael Sata during the time he was in the opposition.
Reverend Lungu has appealed to President Sata and the PF leadership to forgive him in a case he injured them in his process of participating in debate on issues that affected citizens.
Speaking to QFM this afternoon from his hiding location, Reverend Lungu has appealed to the ruling Patriotic Front government to forgive him for any mischievous deeds he committed stating that it would not be right to avenge evil for evil.
He has since appealed to the new government to consider forgiving all those considered to have hurt them so as to forge ahead in taking the country forward.
Reverend Lungu has also commended republican President Michael Sata for pledging his government’s commitment to the welfare of young people in the country. QFM