Police have also continued to be on high alert following last week’s failed protests by some United Party for National Development-UPND cadres against the arrest of party president Hakainde Hichilema.
Police in full riot gear have also been spotted patrolling the central business district.
Meanwhile, the clergy in Livingstone has called on Zambians to unite and stand as one regardless of political affiliation.
Reverend Michael Zulu of the Worship Expressions Assemblies says Zambians should pray for the country and avoid listening to people instigating violence.
Reverend Zulu says Zambians should continue to demonstrate the peace, love and unity they are known for.
And Pastor Charles Musonda from the Church of God says this is yet another opportunity for the nation to show its resilience even in difficult situations.
Pastor Musonda has also called on Zambians to pray not only for the country but for the UPND president Mr. Hichilema and his family as the party leader faces charges leveled against him.
He has further called on Zambians to allow the courts of law to carry out their duties without undue pressure adding that the law is sufficient and that if the UPND president is innocent it will be proved so.