Drug Enforcement Commission
Drug Enforcement Commission

The Drug Enforcement Commission has refuted reports that it arrested a prophet commonly known as Seer 1.

Last Friday, it was reported in some media circles that Prophet Andrew Egimadu who is popularly known as Seer 1 had been arrested for drug trafficking and detained at Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe Police Station.

But Commission Deputy Spokesperson Mutale Chileshe said, “The Commission would like to clarify that at no point did the Commission arrest or attempt to arrest the named prophet for any drug offence charges.”

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7 COMMENTS

  1. If he wasn’t arrested then please arrest that false prophet/profit. Why are you just focusing on tuntemba chamba dealers with tuma one ball and send them to jele for 5 years? No that is unfair, these false profits should be rounded up and sent to jele instead! All of them be they Zambian or Nigerian or whatever they are the same conmen cheating people of their money.

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  2. This is lungus buddy who attends his useless national prayers. You yhink they can arrest him when he has lungu on speed dial.

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  3. LT reporting must change common gentlemen its 2017 something must improve!
    Seeing DEC has confirmed not even being under their radar, follow up and clarify to us whom you misled with your initial arrest report. Was he really arrested? by whom? and for what? If not, then apologise for giving us false news.

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  4. Lusaka Times you are an unreliable source of news. You ran a story about Seer 1 being arrested for drug trafficking. Do you verify your information before you publish it? Apparently You don’t.
    Clean up your act.

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  5. How come this magician Seer 1 failed to “see” into the future and give us a prophesy that there would be rumors of his arrest? I guess because there was no PROFIT for the “Prophet” in that prophesy.

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