Zambia Police have arrested Muvi TV Journalist Njenje Chizu with conduct likely to cause the breach of peace.
According to the UPND, Njenje was picked from Radio Mano studios by over 100 police officers who stormed the station in a bid to stop UPND President Hakainde Hichilema and vice Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba from appearing at the radio station.
The Zambia Police stopped Njenje and other Journalists from filming their sealing of the community radio station.
Meanwhile other Journalists ran for their lives after Police threatened to beat them up.
And Zambia Police has since summoned Radio Mano management for interrogations.
UPND President Hakainde Hichilema and his vice Geoffrey Mwamba were on Friday evening slated to appear on a paid for radio program on Mano FM but police objected and threatened to arrest them.
And police officers told Radio Mano management that the station should not air a live paid-for UPND meeting for unknown reasons.
The meeting was addressed by Mr Hichilema and Mr Mwamba.