Dr Nevers Mumba in court
Dr Nevers Mumba in court

The Lusaka Magistrate Court has granted MMD faction leader Dr. Nevers Mumba a K 30,000 and two working sureities bail pending appeal.

Magistrate David Simusamba on the 28th of March,2018 convicted and sentenced Dr Mumba to three months imprisonment on a charge of giving false information to a public officer contrary to section 125 (a) of the penal code.

Prison authorities however failed to bring Dr Mumba from Mwembeshi prison to court and the bail was granted in absentia.

Dr Mumba has been incarcerated at Mwembeshi Maximum Correctional facility as he fought for his bail application.

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    • Losing God’s Blessings is enough punishment for this man. Give him back the K30k

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    • This money should be sent to the Zambian Embassy in Canada where the fallen Man of GOD and former Ambassador is believed to have fiddled with cash in his time there when SATA called him back. We Zambians stand for correctness! Mwembeshi should also get a share for looking after the fallen ambassador and Man of God. This is the same way we will deal with Lungu. Our stolen money will be claimed back for the good of the Zambians!

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  1. From this trial, we can say Simusamba’s position as Magistrate is untenable. He needs to consider his position. He’s showed that he’s partisan and being influenced by an outside force.

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    • Prison officers didn’t believe Simusamba will report to work, hence decided to have Bible study with Pastor Mumba in Mwembeshi.

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    • Are you suggesting a party whose manifesto is LYING. Don’t forget mumba is a LIER and that is what took him to jail. He has just appealed and the sentence might even be increased for wasting the high court’s time

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  2. How can they fail to bring him to court after the Judge has shown up?. When he did not show up they brought him to court. What goes around comes around. Let us respect the laws that we have drafted for our selves and apply them equally. Nothing stays the same forever. This Simusamba is a PF stooge.

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  3. if this Simusamba needs to be shown the door not because its Nevers Mumba but why should he not turn up without giving reason and let someone spend four more days in Mwembeshi prison ….why did authorities fail to bring him. This fixing of people has to stop!!

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  4. Sad that he has come out without correction for the short spell he was there. He is as defiant as ever.

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  5. These guys are so in a hurry to leave prison. Abaume ba KK, Mandela never did that. …they insisted on being released on their terms. Not aba ba Koswe always missing the comfortable life.

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  6. To this so called cadre magistrate…. I hope whatever it is you have been paid will be worthy the wrath coming to you

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  7. 3 months was too lenient…hope the appeal judge can increase it to least 10years.

    A Brazilian judge ordered former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to turn himself in to police within 24 hours to serve a 12-year jail sentence.

    South Korea’s former president Park Geun-hye was jailed for 24 years on Friday.

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    • @Luapula Premier, ignorance is an evil that causes human beings to do evil to others thinking they are right when in fact not. You saying 10 years sentence shows that you have little knowledge of the law. Even the K30,000 cash bail amount is hash and no fair minded legal professional can say this is fair for a misdemeanor. kindly refer to section 125 of the penal code. 125 >”Whoever gives to any person employed in the public service any information which he knows or believes to be false, intending thereby to
      cause or knowing it to be likely that he will thereby cause such person (a) to do or omit anything which such person ought not to do or omit if the true state of facts respecting which such information is given were
      known to him; or False information to public officer
      (b) to use…

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    • Cont….
      (b) to use the lawful power of such person to the injury or annoyance of any person;is guilty of a misdemeanour and is liable to imprisonment for six months or to a fine of one thousand and five hundred penalty units or to both.(As amended by No. 26 of 1933 and Act No. 13 of 1994)
      1500 penalty units is equivalent to K450.00. So what is the justification for the K30,000 cash bail.

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  8. zambia be careful what you comment on every man of God .Gods anointing is still upon this man God say touch not my anointed one do my prophet NO Harm he mean wait what will follow to those who just say things they do not know the wrath of God when it comes to such people this is just a waring take hid to this .

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  9. Story By News Diggers dated 27/10/2017. Kasama court fines man for giving false information to a public officer
    By Patricia Mbewe on 27 Oct 2017
    The Kasama Magistrates’ Court has convicted a 33-year-old Mwinilunga man for giving false information to public officer contrary to section 125 chapter 87 of the laws of Zambia.

    In a statement today, police spokesperson Esther Mwaata Katongo said Graig Malambo was found driving a light truck Hino Ranger registration number BAF 2031 which had the door writings “Insp Gen Kakoma Kanganja, Mwinilunga family”.

    “The Kasama Magistrates Court yesterday convicted and fined a male person identified as Graig Malambo aged 33 of Mwinilunga in North Western Province who was charged with the offence of giving false information to a Public Officer…

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  10. Continued….contrary to section 125 of Chapter 87 of the Laws of Zambia.
    On 19th October , 2017 at Nkole Mfumu checkpoint on Kasama – Mpika road, Malambo was found driving a light truck Hino Ranger registration number BAF 2031 which had on the door writings ‘Insp Gen Kakoma Kanganja, Mwinilunga family’.
    Traffic Officers manning the checkpoint became suspicious, stopped the motor vehicle and quarried the driver about the writings on the vehicle and in response Malambo said the truck was a property of the Police Inspector General Mr Kakoma Kanganja which information was not true,” stated Katongo.

    “He was then arrested and charged with Giving false information to a Public Officer which is contrary to section 125 of Chapter 87 of the Laws of Zambia. Malambo appeared in court yesterday…

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  11. Continued>…..“He was then arrested and charged with Giving false information to a Public Officer which is contrary to section 125 of Chapter 87 of the Laws of Zambia. Malambo appeared in court yesterday where he pleaded guilty and was fined k1,500 in default face six months simple imprisonment.” Is Doctor Mumba being treated fairly?

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    • You are rightly quoting the truth the only problem is you dont understand what you’re quoting. A bail and a fine are two different things. Font confuse yourself over simple matters. We know that you under5s are still learning so can spare you for now.

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    • It appears its you 13.1 who does not understand. ‘The People’ is saying Nevers should ve simply been charged a fine ( in the other case, it was K1,500) instead of being sent to jail. He simply is saying the case is chargeable by a fine.

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  12. Ba Nevers needs to stay in there for a while that is when he can have God’s visitation and will come back to his senses like the Prodigal son did. Being with Three Mansions daily is not healthy to his soul.

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  13. We have a government that is in debt and would like to pay its debt by taxing Zambians including Mumba;Give Mumba and his sureties back their money;release him for good; the liar is enjoying himself with Maureen in NY;and about to come back home;

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  14. My brother, Dr. Mumba what you are going through is a special lesson for you to reflect on how you have abandoned the flock in your church and opt for earthly riches and titles. Its not too late repent from deep down your heart and get back to the pulpit. Not to follow impamwa miseke who are NEVER consistent with their words! If you still think this is not lesson good enough to teach you the wishes of God then continue with that team you have joined.

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  15. It is sad that he had to be imprisoned to prove the status of Mwembeshi correctional facility. Like they say the taste of the pudding is in eating. Maybe when they become National leaders again ( for Nevers) they can improve the prison to 3 Star Hotel Standard.

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