GOVERNMENT says the situation in Namwala has normalised but there were some few incidents of attacks at night.
Namwala District Commissioner Mary Sakala said the displaced families were still being accommodated at the camp created at Namwala Secondary School.
Ms Sakala said the district was recording reports of attacks on the people during the evenings but the security had been reinforced and police had continued to patrol various areas.
“The situation has normalised during the day its quiet but at night that is when we hear reports of violence,” Ms Sakala said.
She warned perpetrators of violence that that wrath of the law was going to catch up with them because the police were already on the ground.
More than 100 people have been displaced in Namwala district by suspected United Party for National Development (UPND) cadres who protested after the announcement of the Presidential elections results.
The displaced people have had their houses and property burnt.
Meanwhile a pedestrian died on the spot on the Lusaka/Livingstone road at Chiweza area between Muzoka and Batoka after being hit by a motor vehicle which was driven by Hakeem Chembe of Lusaka.
Southern Province Police Commissioner Godwin Phiri said the deceased who has been identified as Aluphias Nachibanga sustained fatal injuries.
The body has been deposited in Choma General Hospital awaiting Post mortem.