The Zambia Police Service says it will not relent in the fight against criminal elements in the country.
Police Spokesperson Charity Chanda has warned that Gerald Musalale alias Seven Spirits that place will crack down on him and any other criminals terrorizing the people.
In a statement, Ms Chanda said the advocacy that Seven Spirits is spreading of trading in drugs will land him in trouble with the law.
“The police will not sit back and watch people promoting the commission of crimes. We want to warn all those criminal elements that the police has the ability to repeat the crackdown of May, 29th as long as it may take to get rid of illicit drugs and criminal elements in Chibolya,” Ms Chanda said.
Chibolya resident Gerald Musalale alias Seven Spirits has dared the police to arrest him saying marijuana had become part of the lifestyle of the youths in Chibolya.
Seven Spirits said in the absence of jobs, schools and recreational facilities in the compound, the youths would continue trading in drugs.
He said the Drug Enforcement Commission was not formed to send people to prison but rehabilitate them, pointing out that he had been to a rehabilitation institution before.
Seven Spirits said marijuana was still available in the compound and being sold openly despite the crackdown, adding that the trend would continue.