POLICE in Lusaka are vigorously searching after the youths who stormed the Bible Gospel Church in Africa (BIGOCA) in Matero on Friday and disrupted a Black Friday meeting organised by some civil society, politicians and some church leaders after they beat up activists and journalists.
Lusaka Province Commissioner Charity Kasosa said police were making progress in the investigations as they were now in possession of a video tape which they would view to ascertain what transpired.
She said in an interview yesterday that necessary steps would be taken after the viewing of the tape that was now in the custody of the police.
Dockets had been opened after two people reported being assaulted on Friday and were issued with police medical forms to enable them seek medication.
She, however, said police were still waiting for the two among them a Zambia News and Information Services staffer who had not returned to the police after seeking medical attention so that the police could record statements from them.