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NDC National Youth chairman arrested for conduct likely to cause a breach of peace

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Police in Kitwe have arrested National Democratic Congress- NDC- National Youth chairman, Charles Kabwita, for conduct likely to cause a breach of peace.

Copperbelt Police Commissioner, Charity Katanga, says Mr. Kabwita was arrested after he charged at five government Ministers who were having lunch at Fremos Restaurant in Kitwe.

These were Presidential affairs Minister, Freedom Sikazwe, Mines Minister, Richard Musukwa, National Planning Minister Alexander Chiteme and his Home Affairs counterpart, Stephen Kampyongo, and Copperbelt Minister Japhen Mwakalombe.

Meanwhile, NDC Secretary General Mwenya Musenge, says he is extremely disappointed by the behavior of the Ministers involved in the fracas.

He said the confrontation was a deliberate ploy by the PF to attack Mr. Kabwita and NDC.

Mr Musenge says the PF should quickly reflect on the matter.

3 COMMENTS

  1. The story is indeed half-baked. What caused the fracas? That’s what the reader would like to know. What did the NDC official do to warrant being charged by the police with conduct likely to cause a breach of the peace?

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