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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Chinese shot dead by criminals

General News Chinese shot dead by criminals

Police have instituted investigations into the killing of a 32-year-old Chinese national who was shot by criminals on November 19, 2017 in Ndola.

Police Spokesperson Esther Katongo says About Eight Criminals of which two were armed with unknown types of firearms are reported to have entered Amania Investment where they killed the Chinese national identified as Pangfei Zhu.

Ms. Katongo says the Criminals who were wearing masks and clad in military camouflage tops entered the plant and ordered everyone to lie down.

She explains that they tied three Chinese nationals and later shot Pangfei Zhu in the back and stole undisclosed amount of money and a black Toyota Noah registration number ALT 8528.

Meanwhile, the Zambia – Chinese Association is offering a reward of 50 Thousand Kwacha to any person with information that will lead to the arrest and successful prosecution of the criminals.

This is contained in a statement made available to ZNBC News in Lusaka

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    • Lets carry out thorough investigations. Reduce Police road blocks and deploy that manpower to investigations please. Let it not end like the way that girl was killed in cold blood by Police with inquest at all.

  1. Animals don’t know how to work. I’m an African but I hate the senseless barbarism of lazy Africans. A normal person must earn everything they own through handwork. Do give the b#sh*t about Chinese corruption. The point is we allow it in our government, work life etc and most of our people are too lazy and completely incapable of anything anyone would pay for. My gut feeling is that only about 10% of Zambians are useful citizens. I’m not kidding.

  2. It has to be fellow chinese behind the killing. Notice how they tie the other two and leave with one of the three dead by a gun full of ammunition.

  3. Loss of any life is regretable; condolences to his family; terrible to lose such a young life; arrest the criminals; Government should put in tough laws for businesses especially Chinese and Indians to take payments through electronic systems because these guys do bank very little;

  4. Who will give these stingy Chinese information for K50,000? Besides, they must watch their intrusion and displacement of indigenous Zambians, they must not think that Zambians are happy with displacements and exploitation, Zambians are just waiting for Zimbabwe air to move North.

  5. Am I the only one who has never seen a Chinese national on an ATM Queue? Well there is no way you can be physically handling huge amounts of money like that in the name of avoiding the much needed TAX and service charges. Their own workers know their secrets and will to some extent connive with criminals. Sad news indeed.

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