Government has said that it is treating conveners of the gathering where eight people died in a stampede as suspects.
Minister of Home Affairs, Stephen Kampyongo said that the conveners did not follow the provisions of the Public Order Act.
Mr. Kampyongo added that travel documents for the conveners of foreign origin have since been confiscated.
Eight peopled died while dozens were in injured in a stampede as peopled jostled to enter the Olympic Youth Development Centre were Church of Christ in partnership with another organisation called Lesedi were due to handout free food hampers.
And the Home Affairs Minister says incidents of crime in the country have continued to decline.
Mr. Kampyongo explained that since January, 2017, Lusaka has recorded 16 murder cases and 8 aggravated robbery cases.
He said during the same period in 2016, Lusaka recorded 19 murder and 146 aggravated robberies.
Mr. Kampyongo has also appealed to members of the public to work with the Zambia Police Service in the fight against crime.
He said this in Parliament when he made a ministerial statement on the recent murders in Lusaka Province.