Friday, March 1, 2024

Pastor Arrested in Lusaka for Allegedly Causing Breach of Peace


Police at Lusaka Central Station have apprehended and detained Pastor Abraham Lloyd Mulenga, also known as Prophet Abraham Angel Israel, the leader of Angelic Ministry Church in Lusaka. The arrest is linked to an incident that occurred on February 6, 2024, around 20:00 hours along Cairo road in Lusaka.

Pastor Mulenga, aged 32, was taken into custody for allegedly conducting himself in a manner likely to cause a breach of the peace. Reports suggest that he entered Shoprite along Cairo road accompanied by approximately 100 youths whom he had gathered earlier purportedly to clean the town center. However, upon entering the shop, Mulenga failed to settle the bill for food intended for the group, prompting intervention from the authorities.

The suspect is currently detained at Lusaka Central Police Station and is expected to face charges related to the offense of Conduct Likely to Cause a Breach of the Peace.

Furthermore, it has been revealed that Mulenga is also facing another case at Chawama Police Station, where he is accused of committing the offense of Obtaining Money by False Pretenses. Following due process, Mulenga will be transferred to Chawama Police Station to address the charges against him.

In response to the incident, Rae Hamoonga, the Police Public Relations Officer, reiterated the Zambia Police Service’s commitment to maintaining law and order in communities. Hamoonga urged the public to cooperate with law enforcement agencies and report any suspicious activities. He assured that the legal process would be followed to ensure justice is served.


  1. These *****ic papas, why are they still around? People should just work hard to improve their well being. How much offering did Nevers Mumba eat for stup!d people.

    • Koma ba UPND mwafeluka! Kaizar Zulu’s party never arrested church leaders. But imwe ba UPND you are always arresting yor political rivals like ma nursery games. Citizens are supposed to be free notalways looking behind him for criminal police officers

  2. The church in our country is exactly like the political landscape: there is no professionalism or track record to qualify someone for what they profess to know. Anything to do with religion is assumed sacrosanct even when the purveyors are just simple fools. Equally, observe how a fairly incompetent individual rises to the high rank in the political arena. So when we insist on minimum qualifications you scorn us. Observe what Kagame is doing to the church industry in Rwanda. Observe, learn, and pick the lessons! Meanwhile, in some East African country you will be hard pressed to find a member of parliament or government who does not have at least a university qualification… Observe, learn, and pick the lessons.

  3. The charge is too far fetched. “conduct likely to what…’? Its like the police dont know what to charge him for

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